July 24, 2007 § 11 Comments
A brief update:
Pretty much all the stuff has been moved into the new house.
We survived two days in the house without a certain VERY important utility functioning. Stupid City of Atlanta.
Molly spent her first night in the house last night and did very well. She loves the yard (love being the dog equivalent to “oh my god oh my god let me out there now now now!”).
I’ve spent most of my recently earned income at IKEA, including the purchase of an impossible closet system that I made someone else install. Sorry?
Haha… “impossible closet system”… aren’t most things at IKEA impossible to assemble? =)
not impossible, just annoying.
Welcome to the neighborhood! Looking forward to Flickr updates of the new abode and running into you at our local haunts (Matador, Mescalitos, UJoint, Wahoo, Palate, SIMB etc)…..has Molly visited the dog park yet?
Welcome to the hood! So… when do we get to come see it?!?!?!
What did you do with the Atlantic Station condo?
I looked for you at Bishop Allen last night–it turned out to be the release party for the new album. Hopefully I’ll have some pics up sometime tomorrow.
I’m guessing that you didn’t fax your settlement statement to the water department from the closing attorney’s office.
You’d think with all the tax money they get… they would get that right.
Congrats on the new digs!
well crud. I missed Bishop Allen too.
In the process of moving my studio over to idyllic Avondale Estates, I realized that the current furnishings exhibit endemic levels of IKEA. But…it makes me feel beautiful and cool and loved and rich.
There are days when I want to buy more property just to be able to buy more IKEA.
oh and btw, the time has come for you kids to throw down a beer with the local blogsters at the UJ. we’ll pour one on the pavement for Scotty The Body, who’s passed on to his Viennese afterlife.
melissa – the ex is living in the disneyland atlantic station condo.
scrivener – we missed it. busy doing house-y stuff.
doug – not from the atty’s office. and when we did, the fax “mysteriously” didn’t get there. interesting, no?
trav – that sounds like a plan.
i faxed the settlement statement to them at least 5 times. finally, i gave up and drove down to City Hall and knocked it out in 30 mins.