Preparatory thinking for the imminent house move
We signed the documents last night, so it's full steam ahead, iceburg-permitting. The good ship Powersure should dock at it's new berth next week! Yip yip yip!
There now follows a few reminder notes for myself:
Must remember how to use public transport - I've been spoilt by town-centre living for too long
Although I've grown accustomed to our pet fungal spores, we don't want to blight our sparkling new abode with mould and mildew - SPRAY EVERYTHING. Including self. Will Self.
Must adapt sleeping patterns to remove reliance on skylight in the twin processes of falling to sleep at night and waking up properly in the morning
Must also remove reliance on the relaxing sound of electric fans to submerge my thought patterns below the delta waves of sleep. Like static charge drawn to a spike, fan blades are a magnet for mildew, and are also a rather effective means of it's dissemination.
Narrowband is rrrrubish - install broadband or cable at new house
Hoarding is not an option - decades-old magazines are heavy. And mould lives off the dead paper matter.
A change is as good as a rest.
Best to pack everything before the morning of the move.
If we hire a removal company, check the names of those involved. Avoid those that employ people with surnames "Chuckle" or "Spencer".