Monthly Archives: September 2008

Letting go

The constant packing is beginning to take its toll. Today I have a cold – loads of sneezing and coughing and blowing of nose. Maybe its the change in weather or maybe its breathing in years of dust. I cleared … Continue reading

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Courting the builders

I’m working my way round the bedrooms and already the loft is looking full – despite the mountain of paper I took to the recycle centre and the copiously filled black bags that went to various Charity shops. I like … Continue reading

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An attic full of memories

I’d set myself 4 days to clear out the loft. It took 8. Whereas the shed involved throwing out old bikes, trikes, the Kettecar Marlon got for his 3rd birthday, my Nephew’s books that went into the shed 5 years … Continue reading

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The conversion begins

Work on my house to convert it from a family dwelling to a HMO (House of Multiple Occupancy) got underway properly today. It was a bit of a milestone and a huge relief after months of clearing and chucking out. … Continue reading

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