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Moving

This is how we move, 5 deep and we still have the Scion parked in the driveway filled with clothes neck high but we have to come back for that because we are short on wo/man power. Kris is driving the U-haul pulling the trailer, Ray will be behind the wheel of SUV pulling the boat and I will be driving the black truck, we call her Nequa for obvious reasons.

Hello New Home

And this is our new home in Dallas. Just looking at the pile of boxes is giving me anxiety.

Moving Dharma

And now we’re back in Round Rock. We have to meet the maids today, lawn guy, and carpet cleaners, move Dharma, and finish moving. Boy, it’s gonna be a long day.

Test Run

Ray’s taking Kris’s bike for a test drive to kill time. I don’t like seeing him on a bike. Don’t get use to this honey.

Murray Lofts

We are now officially out of Round Rock and starting a new chapter of our lives in the big D. Dallas what’s up! As much as I say I don’t like Texas, this move feels right, and I’m a definite believer of following your intuitions. Right now I’m up at the butt crack of dawn waiting on Kris to get here because we have to work an event today at Texas A&M. Wow, I don’t remember the last time I was up this early.

SocialFly Photobooth

If you take your photo and show it to the cashier you get 20% off anything Adidas today.

Chuy's

Met Ray up at Chuy’s in Dallas for dinner. The Chuy’s in Round Rock is a million times better but I’m not complaining because everything was free, yep our whole check because I’m amazing.

Living Dallas

And now I’m back at home on the bed in our room.

Living Dallas

It’s too late and I’m too tired to even think about unpacking so I’m gonna unwind by reading this book my big sis sent to me in the mail last week. It’s actually a really good read with an interesting perspective, through the eyes of the dog.

The Art Of Racing in The Rain

Good night guys.

Round Rock Home

August 13, 2010 2010, Round Rock Comments

Round Rock Home

Not sure if I mentioned it but we’re moving, again. Should be of no surprise to everyone, especially since we do it like once a year. Ray and I got together in August 2005 and since then we lived in 7 different places together. That’s more than once a year. I just don’t think it’s in anyone’s best interest to stay we’re they’re not loving life. Sure I’m loving life, but I want to feel like life is loving me right back and right now I’m not feeling the love so time to cut our loses and move the fuck on.

Round Rock HomeI

And since we’re moving I wanted to take photos of our place before we start packing everything away, for memories. We’re gonna look back at this place one day long from now and say, “wow, remember when we use to live here?” I love memories.

Round Rock Home

This here is our formal dinning room turned into our office. Ten bucks says you can’t guess how many computers are in the room. There’s actually 7. Who needs 7 computers? I guess we do. Well, I’d like to say I’m gonna miss this place, but I’m not. Oh, did I mention we’re moving in less than 2 weeks and I haven’t packed a thing. Oh boy!

There’s a new cup cakery in Round Rock called Be My Cup Cake. I’m a fan and strong supporter of all things dessert, especially cup cakes. What a great in invention.

This place is more like grandma’s bake shop, as a matter of fact, I think I spotted someones grandma back there baking away.

They were no bigger than the cup cakes you would make at home and because of that I thought they we’re overpriced, but still really tasty.

I mean seriously, who brings a camera along while jogging? Asians do that’s who. And I’m full bread bitch. Odds are I’m probably taking a photo right now.

But really, our neighborhood is right across the street from Old Settlers Park. It’s a really charming park packed with tons of baseball fields, a disc golf course, a sweet pond loaded with ducks and fish and a really nice trail, perfect for jogging or walking. If you come out early enough you can catch sun rise here. Back when I use to jog like 13 miles a day I got a chance to see it. It’s pretty stunning.