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July 06, 2004

a new home!

So we finally managed to find a place to live and we moved in over the weekend. I am so happy to finally be able to settle in and relax a little. I still have a million and one things to stress about, but having a place of my own, where Iím not inconveniencing or imposing on my good friends, is so nice, feels so good, I canít even tell you. I am eternally grateful for all the help and support my friends, especially Morgan and Tiffany, have given me. I could never thank them like they deserve, but I am sure they all know how much I really appreciate it. Ryland thanks them immensely as well.

I canít afford cable or internet or even a telephone right now, so loafe updates and email correspondence will be sparse. Hopefully these luxuries will be available to me again soon. I am at my parentsí house right now and doing some serious stealth work to post here without leaving any traces of this site that they could stumble across.

I think they feel guilty about everything thatís happened, particularly my mother, because she went out and bought me a lot of stuff for my new place. I am grateful for it, but I just wish it wasnít the result of guilt. Oh well, I will take all the help I can get right now, no matter the reason.

I get another ultrasound this week! I am very excited. Maybe I can post the pictures.

Also, I need a dresser, a car, a desk and an ottoman or coffee table. Feel free to buy me these things.

Posted by christa at July 6, 2004 04:06 PM


Ack! Too bad you didn't live closer to me - the place Aaron works makes upholstered furniture, cool stuff - they are making stuff for Pottery Barn. Anyway - They have 101 million ottomans for pretty cheap. While you're unemployed why don't you drive out here to VA? It one only cost you gas money, which are pretty good right now.

Posted by: gina at July 6, 2004 06:58 PM

That last sentence is superb!

Posted by: gina at July 6, 2004 06:59 PM

Too bad you didn't live closer to me...(PA) I could hook you up with free internet access. I work for an ISP. :-\ Good to hear you are doing ok though.

Posted by: Michelle at July 6, 2004 08:38 PM

A great place to find home furnishings are flea markets & garage/estate sales, that's where i've found most of mine. You can score some really unique, funky pieces that way, that dont make your place look like an IKEA showroom. No cable?!?! that's just wrong! should be a God given right to every single American :-) now that i've been spoiled by cable modem, dont think I could go back to regular dial up. Congrats on getting outta the folks place and landing your own pad, I know that must be a huge relief for you. Tell Ryland hello for me ;-) when is he due again?
Christa, guess where i'm going this weekend? SAN FRANSISCO! last time I was there was when you and I did our girls weekend, right before your move to Boston, remember that? how could you possibly foget that Motel 6? we DID have a good time, didnt we? especially getting drunk (remember that cute bartender giving us all those free drinks?) and going to that one sex club, oy vey! dont think i'll be making a return trip to that place this time however ;-) anyway, take care, girly!

Posted by: celly belly at July 6, 2004 09:24 PM


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