I have to say that after all that previous drama, it got kinda boring with the relocation. We're starting to feel a bit at home. Sure, you set one thing up and then break something else and now have to replace it... but that's the fun of organizing a new abode. Put together a lot of shelves, ceiling fans, a television stand and set up the computers. I'm sure that I'm forgetting something else. We also started organizing the garage (which cleared out a lot of the boxes stacked taller than the wife... no, it wasn't intentional.) The dogs are enjoying the new running room. Our son is enjoying his new-found freedom to explore (it seems like his room isn't dangerous enough for him anymore.) If his grades stay above water, he'll be picking up a new bike next week. Kerry is back to reading (for enjoyment.) And I'm getting closer and closer to starting a project that I expect to announce in July.
We still have a few home projects to finish (computer networking issues, a ceiling fan and a dishwasher) but there are less and less boxes stacked up and tools lying around (because at any moment... aha... needed that screwdriver.) I think the only thing we really need right now is a bit of rest and a start on our new routine. Probably going to start that by exploring the nearby restaurants and walking routes.