Taking Posession

After a long weekend with no internet access I was not at all surprised at the long list of emails that I had to deal with. It was a very good weekend to be disconnected since I had plenty to do as we moved into our new house. After a good three day weekend we are pretty well established with most of the boxes unpacked (besides those that are sitting in the garage – which is mostly food storage) and the furniture arranged. I fixed a couple of doorknobs with dysfunctional locks but not before Savannah accidentally locked herself inside the upstairs bathroom (the lock was easy to lock, but unlocking it from inside the bathroom was too difficult for women and children). I also mounted a flag bracket so I can fly the flag here.

It’s been a very fun few days as we have been awed and surprised to watch all the birds and squirrels, to feel the mountain breezes, to see so many stars at night now that we are above the main part of the city, and to look out the window before a storm and realize that we are literally living in the clouds at times. After today I should have internet access again so I won’t have to wait out the weekend before sharing when fun new things happen in our new home.

About David

David is the father of 8 extremely organized children (4 girls / 4 boys) who is constantly seeking answers to tough questions related to parenting, education and politics while moonlighting for 40 hours each week as a technology professional. He also enjoys cooking, gardening, and sports.
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5 Responses to Taking Posession

  1. alliegator says:

    Welcome to the neighborhood. (sort of)


  2. David says:


    I’ve been thinking of trying to organize a munch ‘n mingle for Davis County bloggers (once I’m really settled – just as a way to put names with faces). What do you think?

  3. Hyrum says:

    Pictures! Must post pictures! 🙂

  4. David says:

    I will post some pictures after I get a camera with which to take them. (Our camera finally died a year after it went swimming in a city park in 2007.)

  5. alliegator says:

    That would be fun.

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