Currently In The Middle of A Move

March 2, 2021 at 11:43 pm (Life, Personal essays)

Hello friends, fans and readers.

I’m currently in the middle of a move.

The community housing association that owns the house I rent a room in want me to move into a room in another house they own.

I was quite leery of moving because I’ve lived in this neighbourhood for the past 3 and a half years and am quite used to living here.

I felt worried about moving into a new neighbourhood.

However they took me to see the house last Thursday and it’s quite a nice looking house.

Plus there will be only one other roommate living in that house and the house I’m currently living in has 4 other roommates.

So I’ve accepted the move.

So I’ll be spending the next couple of days moving from this house to that one.

And for those of you who have experienced moving in the past, you know often it takes time to adjust to the move.

So I won’t be posting any blog posts for the next several days.

I may take some time to read some of your blogs during this time but I won’t be writing any new posts of my own.

So in case you’re wondering where I am, I am currently in the process of moving.

-Christopher

50 Comments

  1. Jo said,

    You must be a good tenant if they want to relocate you to a better house. Good luck! We’ll be here when you come back. πŸžβ˜€οΈ

  2. Bon Repos Gites said,

    Best of luck for the move!

  3. Kritika said,

    All the best! Happy Moving in New Place πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  4. monimonikablog said,

    Good luck with the move. I do know what you are talking about. I moved about 12 times in my life.
    So take your time and all the best in the new place πŸ™‚

  5. ΠιCΘLΣ said,

    🀍 Best of luck. Remember to hang garlic and keep a silver cross nearby, Dracul Van Helsing. πŸ––πŸ½

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you, Nicole. πŸ™‚

      And I’ll remember to hang the garlic and the silver cross. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…

  6. xyonkerschef said,

    Good luck with your new digs!
    I would make you a tiramisu for a house warming gift but I think we live in different countries.
    Stay strong.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you so much. πŸ™‚

      I would have loved a tiramisu. πŸ˜‹

      But you’re right we do live in different countries.

      Thank you so much for your best wishes. πŸ˜€

  7. Hetty Eliot said,

    I’m glad this sounds like a positive change. I wish you happiness.

  8. Seoul Sister said,

    Good luck with the move, I hope it’s a good place for you to write in. πŸŒ·πŸŒΈπŸ€—

  9. Dracul Van Helsing said,

    Thank you, Judy, I hope so too. πŸŒ·πŸŒΈπŸ€—

  10. Jennifer Vasquez said,

    My husband and I moved into a new place a few months ago and I know it takes time to settle in. Best of luck with your move!

  11. mastermixmovies said,

    Good luck! Hope you adjust well to your move.

  12. Sherry V.H said,

    I just got here on time, but I think you’re already in the midst of moving activity.
    See, I told you that all of these things that had happened are a blessing in disguise.
    Do enjoy the new environment and the new house, and a fresh new start!

    We all shall wait here for you, Chris!
    Many blessings, prayers & hugs!

    Sherrie

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you so much, Sherry. ❀

      Yes, things that happened did turn out to be a blessing in disguise.

      Blessings prayers and hugs for you, my friend.

      -Chris

      • Sherry V.H said,

        Tell all about it.
        I am curious how the house is and how is your room look like.
        Did you get the chance the least to get to know your new housemate?

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        The house is a lot bigger than the old house I was living in (which was also owned by the same community housing association).

        My new room is also a lot bigger than my old room and there’s a bigger closet as well.

        I met my roommate yesterday (I just moved in yesterday).

        He seems to be all right which is good.

        It’s funny when I knew I was going to move, I figured there would be major news stories breaking.

        Because it’s always happened in the past.

        Whenever I moved, major news stories happened and the trauma of having to move always put my writing mind in disarray so I couldn’t write about these major news stories as they’re actually happening.

        And it’s occurring now again.

        Pope Francis is busy creating the Mystery Babylon One World Religion over in Iraq at the moment.

        And Neo-Bolshevik Communists are rapidly taking control of the FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as well as various U.S. National Intelligence agencies.

        The mainstream news media in the U.S. is pretty well Neo-Bolshevik Communist in its outlook and orientation.

        And anybody who’s opposed to Neo-Bolshevik Communism they immediately target with the smear words “White Supremacist” including those who are Asian, black or Latino but still opposed to Neo-Bolshevik Communism.

        But then again Neo-Bolshevik Communism (as with the original old Bolshevik Communism) never made much rational or logical sense anyways.

        So it would appear that the vast majority of Neo-Bolshevik Communists are as stupid in their thought processes as the original vast majority of old Bolshevik Communists.

        The intelligent leaders of the movement like Lenin, Stalin and Mao eventually come to realize that Communism doesn’t work but by then they’ve become so obsessed with the idea of power, they keep the facade and illusion of a supposed Utopian paradise in place (even though people are aware that it doesn’t exist in reality) in order to keep themselves in power and oppress millions of people in the process.

        I don’t know who will be the American Lenin, Stalin or Mao that will emerge as Joe Biden is a senile decrepit old fool who’s just there for show and will be removed when the time is right.

      • Sherry V.H said,

        I see your point there, my friend.
        I agreed with you 100% over all these things that had happened whether at your place or here in Europe as well.
        I distrust the goverment – or any governments.

        The Great Recession of 2008 and its aftermath, the rise of populism across democratic regimes, the popular backlash to the European project and supranational cooperation, as well as the appeal of anti-establishment parties and candidates across established democracies are all pointing to a β€˜crisis of representation’ where political distrust is rampant. Many democracies have witnessed growing challenges to their political processes, with citizens becoming increasingly weary and distrustful of their politicians, turning their backs to established political parties and candidates or even taking to the streets to actively protest against policies and political institutions. Given the current political climate and the uninterrupted trend of deteriorating signs of system support, there is strong reason to believe that attitudes of distrust merit closer analysis.

        But, why would they care?
        Their purposes are beyond our own needs and the tendecies towards their destructible persona made its way like disease everywhere on any kind of goverment platform. I trust no one working there … some few friends who worked in the goverment always shoved that matters aside and shocking (of which is not that surprising to me) even the matter on Covid are suspiciously odd and faul that my friends just put their pointing fingers on their lips. No one are allow to say a thing …

        Politics are cancerous in every way we could imagine it could be. It never really work with ‘honesty’. It sucks the lives of many and will always be.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Your analysis is spot on, Sherry my friend.

        I’ve never seen a better analysis of the current world political situation in the 21st Century.

        And the fact that politics has become so cancerous and politicians are only concerned about serving themselves instead of the people they were elected to serve, it’s this that leads to the breakdown of the system and then gives rise to a system of totalitarianism and mass oppression.

  13. Mary Chang Story Writer: Inspiration, Creativity, Self-Empowerment said,

    Good luck with your move. New neighborhood, nice home and fewer roommates. Can’t get much better than that:)

  14. Shubhra said,

    Happy move, wish you luck!

  15. Jessica E. Larsen said,

    Wow… for second there I thought the landlords was kicking you out. Haha πŸ˜„

    Good luck with the move. I’m glad that it’s a better place πŸ’ž

  16. Jade said,

    Sounds like an exciting new beginning, all the best with it. See you around soon!

  17. Sandra J said,

    A new change and a great time to refresh. 😊

  18. Suma Reddy said,

    I am in a same feel, leaving the place we spent couple of years would have some bonding and attachments irrespective of people am talking about. Takes time to adjust as you mentioned. Take care have a good time during the process.

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