I’m typing this entry on someone else’s computer.

Where’s my computer?

Somewhere in one of two 10X10 storage units, along with all my furniture, appliances, beds, books, lamps, TVs, and everything else the Robison family owns except our clothes and some toiletries.

The house we were living in was put on the market not more than two weeks ago and sold fast.

And due to the shortage(from Hurricane Katrina) of other available houses and apartments for rent; we are temporarily staying with my daughter and son-in-law for a week.

Our new apartment is being prepared and will be available in a few short days.

My wife and I moved every stick of furniture ourselves onto the U-Haul truck Thursday and Friday in a non-stop effort to get out of the old house as the new owners were moving in. It wasn’t fun, to say the least.

On top of THAT change, the temporary position I was working at, turned into full-time work last week, and so I had no time to make a lot of pre-arrangements for “the move” after work-hours, and everything was done at the last minute.

But, after this week, all should calm back down and return to normal. It just means that next weekend, I’ll be moving everything back out of storage, back on to a truck, and then unloading it again at the new residence. It’s basically moving twice in two weeks.(Not a curse, I would wish on anyone)

“They” say that change is good for the soul; and I believe that to a point. But, I hope that I won’t have this kind of change again for quite some time.

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3 Responses to Ch-Cha-Changes

  1. Tom says:

    If change builds character, then you are on your way to sainthood.

    Good luck, and cheers!

  2. Anonymous says:

    YO David,

    It just wouldn’t be On the road with dave if we didn’t have “Dave on the road” now would it?

    I hope things work out well for you buddy!


  3. kathleen says:

    wow I guess you weren’t kidding about a “hectic week forming,” were you?

    Good luck and hope to see you back online soon. K

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