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Moving related program activities

WisteriaI have two crews of eye candy working on my house at the moment.  One crew is moving stuff  into my house (Ryan Moving and Storage, very professional), the other is waterproofing my basement.  (Dr. Dry, highly recommended) Some of them are so hot you could bake cookies on them.  I’m assuming none of them read liberal political blogs.

It’s very busy around here and it’s been nonstop craziness and hard physical labor since last Friday.  Not only that but my 2 weeks absence due to taking care of business in New Jersey means my grass is crazy high.  I’m looking forward to a lot of mowing this weekend.  The lady who owned this place before me had a thing for hostas and they’re taking over the flower beds.  But I found some sweet smelling Lily-of-the-Valley near the house and there’s wisteria growing over the wooden swing in the backyard.

So, while the guys are bringing in the stuff and the other guys are jackhammering my foundation, I’m going to listen to some music and plan for some beer and pizza later.  Everybody get up and dance.

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