Feels Like Home

It’s been a bit since I updated.  Master and me moved in here well over a week ago, but we had no idea where my computer was!  Well, it’s all set up now, and we’re trying to get my cam room ship-shape.  With Master still without a job, and the busy time over at my Mewtique, I need to get back on cam as soon as possible.  Still, until it’s up I’m switching back and fourth between unpacking and sewing.  Gotta restock things after the Halloween massacre.

As we expected, actually being moved in here has us both feeling a lot better about the whole situation.  This house is feeling more like home each and every day, as more things get unpacked.  I think we spent about two weeks eating out in restaurants between apartments not having any tools to cook with, or any food to prepare, but finally the kitchen is up.  It’s not completely unpacked, but the pantry is stocked full (I think there may be one more pantry box kicking around somewhere, perhaps) and we have a couple of pots and pants out, so we can cook, we just have to wash everything immediately before the next meal.  We’re both really happy to have that much done though.  I mean, you can only eat so many veggie sandwiches and french fries before you want your own home cooking.  Or maybe that’s just us.

The whole house is basically in shambles.  There are boxes everywhere, and it’s pretty hard to get from one room to the next without tripping over something.  We’re working on it though.  Master works on it the most, and I’ve been standing up, unpacking until I’m lightheaded (thank you, POTS), and then doing a sitting activity until I’m feeling better again.  Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to do many of my exercises during October.  With Master out of work, I had to take advantage of the busy season with my Mewtique, and due to that my POTS backslid a lot.  I’m able to do most things, but I have a very limited standing time and have to use the wheelchair almost exclusively when we leave the house again.  I’m working on it though.  I know it will improve with time.

Just a few posts ago I mentioned that we didn’t want to stay here permanently, mainly due to the fact that we were pretty scared.  Well, being in the house has us feeling a lot differently.  We really do like the house, and expect to be here for a while now.  I think we will probably do one more move eventually, but not for quite some time (and never in October)!  This is a great house, but it doesn’t really have room for us to grow.  So likely, we will eventually want something bigger.  For now though, we’re pretty happy with it.

The sex toys have been unpacked, and the bed in the bedroom has been put up.  We have one of our gaming consoles up, as well as the TV.  It’s going to be at least a few weeks before things get a bit less boxy in here, but we’re both happy and we’re feeling happy being here.

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4 thoughts on “Feels Like Home

  1. I’m so pleased now you’re moved in you feel more homely and settled. The unpacking will take some time, and I know it’s stressy living in boxes but try not to let it get to you (easier said than done, right?!).
    I hope your POTS gives you a break soon and you start to get some time to do your exercises.

    • @Mrs TeePot Thank you Sweetie! Since the Halloween rush ended on my Mewtique, I’ve been doing my exercises every day! :D You’re right, trying not to let the boxes get to me IS hard, but we’re slowly working on them, and slowly seeing more and more floor around here. :)

  2. heh, My Office/secret lair is still full of unpacked boxes, and my office bed currently unusable, ive been trying to get ahold of the mess between other projects & doctor appointments, i suspect i may manage this one day.

    • @fyremane Yeah, we’re determined not to let that happen this time. Every time we move somewhere we never get fully settled in. But this time, we’re working hard on the weekends to get things unpacked and we’re not giving up until it’s done. We’re just tired of always living with boxes.