That’s when it happens. The new house. The beginning of the move. The limbo, the transitional living between two houses, the back-and-forth most evenings after work and double on the weekends.
It’s exciting. And scary. And weird. I think I’ve mentioned that I’ve moved (bought and sold) 5 previous times, so this process is far from new to me. However, it’s been a while since I’ve done it and some things have changed.
Everything is online now. Forms, required signatures, and giving permission for things to happen – all of these are immediate and have been made much easier to deal with than the old-school way of having to “swing by the office” to sign off on something. I’ve also learned over the course of my years that it’s wise to stock up on boxes WAY ahead of time, especially when you know you’ll be competing with 20,000 students leaving campus (and looking for boxes).
Have I mentioned that my new book, Buried, is out and available on Amazon? Yep. It’s ready and waiting for you. Like the others, it’s only $12:
And if you’re looking to buy a house in Normal, Illinois, I happen to know of a great one. I’ve lived there almost 13 years and can tell you all about it. 🙂
Thanks for reading!