Boston Move: Done
Friday’s blog was reported missing. The reason: There was no computer available for me to express the delight of moving my daughter from one apartment to another in the traffic, heat, and humidity of Boston. Below are some of the highlights.
One evening as we were trying to maneuver our way to the new city apartment with a carload of “stuff,” we ran into detours. A detour in Boston is a major disaster because of the one way streets. You can spend an entire week trying to find your destination unless you know where you’re going. Frustrating as it was to go in circles, we got a glimpse of a movie that was being shot— the reason for the detour.
Okay, you can’t see too much, but it was really neat!
On Sunday, after moving more belongings to the new apartment, Philip, a very charming friend of our daughter, invited us to relax on his family’s boat for the afternoon.
Then came the big move.
How much stuff does one person have?
I am happy to report The Adventures of the Mad Movers are over. My husband and I are back home, nursing our aches, pains, and bruises. We’ve made a pact with one another. If there is ever another move, which I’m sure there will be, we’ll be delighted to help by providing our daughter the names and address of professional movers.