Prepare For the Onslaught of Things to Come

Mostly I just felt like that was an impressive and wordy heading for this entry. I will be getting around to the full-on Site Redux post-move.

I get into my new apartment tomorrow at 9 AM. Would you like to see my rough itinerary for the day?
0600-0700:
Shower and pack up the last of the bathroom stuff
0700-0845:
Pack up Willy, Exterra for Lap 1
0845-0910:
Meet Nancy @ the apt w/ first Festiva load
0925-1230:
Load, drive, unload, load, drive, unload…
1030-1130:
Get Carol’s help to move the major furniture
1230-1240:
Have last load packed before getting ready to meet cable guy
1300-1700:
Cable guy’s window; have Jen stay, put together kitchen, bath
1300-1700:
See 0925-1230
1700-1745:
Eat, get ready for class
1800-2100:
Class
2115-2120:
Meet Jen @ apt for movie
2120-2145:
Travel to theater
2200-0015:
Watch Spiderman

We’ll see if things work out this smoothly. Last time I move out of a house in Oshkosh it went pretty well. I have a decent “moving” track record. Pretty nice that Kevin & Amanda are letting me borrow their wheels for the day. The more you can move at once, the better, I figure.

I talked at length with Mark Knuetson last evening. He’s in the throes of moving as well. When I asked him “what’s the best thing about your new apartment?” he said that it was the fact that “it’s his apartment.” I ranked that sentiment #2 on my list, behind architecture.

I got a solid, and fully expected “AB” on my initial presentation in my class this week. I have to do a second presentation next Tuesday, and I still have plenty of preparation to go with that. I really need to sit around and research/think about it today or tomorrow (well, tomorrow’s probably out) and come up with solid research ideas. I am a terrible, inept researcher. I would crash and burn in search of a PhD.

I’m also working somewhat consistently on getting set for Devin’s bachelor party, which is coming up at the end of the month (July that is). I need to make a final head count and commit to a morning activity at this point. Dave Schrubbe had a good idea about brewery tours, and Fallon branched off of there to a brewery on a boat. In the end it’s up to me, but I want to do something other people will enjoy.

I’m going to go to Appleton right after work today to pick up the tickets for the Spiderman show. I figure it’ll cost less to go up there and back than the three dollars in service charges buying tickets on the web. Unless I can get those student rate tix via the website. I did that for H.P. a couple weeks ago, but for some reason, no dice this time around. Who can say?

Thanks for checking in; next time you here from me, I’ll be at my new place.

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