49 Days In 1988: Week 38 – Mixed Emotions

I am honoured to be featured as a guest on Hugh Roberts’ blog this week as part of his ’49 Days in 1988′ series. If you haven’t yet popped over to meet Hugh on his blog Hugh’s Views and News, please do so soon. As well as writing entertaining and often surprising stories, he is generous with his support of bloggers. Thank you for inviting me over to your place, Hugh.

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Click here to read the first week of this feature, and follow the links at the end of each post.

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London – September 25th, 1988

The move went well today. This morning I felt very excited about moving in with Simon and Rod. The house is perfect, even if a little far out from the centre of London. 

It took us all day to sort the house out. I’d never have believed that three guys could have so many possessions. By 7pm, we had the house looking exactly as we wanted. I was lucky in that I drew the long straw and got the first choice of which bedroom I wanted. Of course, I chose the biggest.

However, what a big mistake I made by coming back to Grassmere Road this evening. I know it was only to say goodbye to the other housemates still here, but it’s not…

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19 thoughts on “49 Days In 1988: Week 38 – Mixed Emotions

  1. Jules

    Anytime one moves it can be a trauma. Just with my hubby I’ve moved 4 times.
    Thankfully our last move – has us here the longest and hopefully for another 28 years.
    I may be experienced a moving, but that doesn’t mean I like it. 🙂

    I enjoyed Hugh’s View. Thanks for sharing it. 🙂

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    1. Norah Post author

      Thanks, Jules. I’m pleased you enjoyed the post.
      Hub and I are in our eleventh home together. We have done a little moving in our time, but the last five homes have all been in this same area over almost forty years. Our current home is the longest at fourteen years so far.

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