Tag Archives: Moving

And there's a lot of turd out here in LA.  A lot.

316/365 – You Know Who Your Friends Are . . .

. . . when they help you move.  Am I right, gang?  Huh?  Huh? Seriously.  There’s nothing worse than having to move on your own.  Megan and I experienced that dreadful experience when we moved here.  We had our pal Andrew with us for a […]


305/365 – Serrano Ave

All things change . . . positions.  Or, nothing stays put for long.  Um . . . to every thing, turn, turn, turn . . .  Damn it.  I’m saying it’s moving day, for crying out loud.  YES, another move.  So many moves.  Moves every […]


234/365 – Team Move!

Man.  Let me tell you.  If there’s any proof of having great people as friends it’s when you need their help loading a truck.  Today, instead of tiny Megan and weakling Timmy loading a 16 foot Penske truck by themselves, we had 5 people helping […]

Plus now I have time to make this sweet box fort!

233/365 – Final Prep

I’ve never been a procrastinator when it comes to big projects.  I need to start early and work in spurts.  Cramming is just not me.  Lot’s of people say they work best when working under pressure — especially time constraints.  I think that is bullshit. […]

Mischievous drunk.

228/365 – Cubs Win?

Eleven years ago I was living in New York City.  I was involved in a long distance relationship that had no end in site and I was deciding if I was gonna leave New York for greener pastures in Chicago.  The girl I was dating […]

This people are just assholes.  Take your zen shit somewhere else.

219/365 – Stress Induced Moving

Well, now that the festivities are done, it’s packing time.  I can not say how much my posts will really follow a struck regimen in the next three weeks.  I’ll try, but the stress is getting to me.  Usually moving doesn’t strestt me out.  I’ve […]

2003 Timmy agrees . . . weeeee!

199/365 – 6 Tickets

Graduation.  A high watermark for many of us.  For most, it will happen only twice in their lifetime.  For others, it’s just a rolling date that delays their entrance into the world as a contributing member of society.  When I was in high school, it […]