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Monday, February 6, 2012


Thanks for all your kind comments on the previous post. They are much appreciated and give us strength. The move is over. I would like to say it was a piece of cake, but it wasn’t. Not to diminish anyone else's shitty move stories, I have to say it really was an incredible hard few days. It was so cold out that day, that leaving the door open in our old house froze the water in the toilet tank in the washroom 18’ away from the door. this took only 3 hours of open door to do.

It’s been a couple weeks now and we are a lot better. We have a long way to go, but we are planning and living. Ever since we bought our first house 10 years ago, we truly haven't owned anything. As of a few days ago, we don’t owe a penny to anyone. anywhere.

It’s a good feeling. I’m not sure I understand it yet, but I am sure I will get used to the idea.

I have been writing all night, detailing the entire story of the last 7 years in all it’s awful truth, but I am not sure this is the place to publish it. I may someday, maybe soon. I’ll have to get clearance from the boss, as we have plenty of local readers, and there is a stigma… I get that but sometimes it can be a source of strength for people, to see that they are not alone in their struggles. that’s the reason i would post it, to show that we are human beings and we are fallible, but there are options and there is help.

I am running again, and I am back at my old gym too! 3 days a week, group trainer session. Feels good!

Take care. Goodnight.


by the way, this is what winter looks like here right now…


  1. I was going to say there's more people like you out there than you think and like you said would probably like to find strength in what you've gone through. I can see how the boss might feel weird about it. I see both sides I think.

  2. Have been wondering how you made out.

    Being debt free is an awesome feeling! Good for you all.

    Here's to your much shortened winter...

  3. I am happy things are looking up for you and your family, I truly am.
    Not many of us have guts to share about their struggles, yours truly included;

    thank you for being the courageous one.

  4. I will be nice when you finish the rest of your unpacking and settling. Enjoy your new home.

  5. oh, and btw... I feel your pain. I hate moving. I told my wife that we are never moving again! Haha!