Yesterday was a very exhausting day of my life as well as my husband's. I just got the key to our very first house on Monday and wasn't supposed to start moving our staff till this weekend but my husband lost his voice due to laryngitis and so he called in sick from work. My usual routine at home got messed up not because he's around but because he insists on moving some of our clatter and small boxes to the new house which is by the way just 2 miles from where we live right now. So we started driving our SUV loaded with children's books, toys, winter clothes and my daughter's favorite plant that she had since kindergarten. It was fun during the first 2 trips but missing my favorite morning shows wasn't. The worst part came when my husband suggested we take his desk to the new house but since no one else is around to help him out so I willingly agreed. The desk was pretty heavy and could hardly fit in the SUV but miraculously it did with just an inch clearance between the ceiling and the feet of the table. Getting it inside the house was even harder not because of its width and length but very 'heavy, I was afraid I'd get a herniated disk from lifting it on one side going to the room on the second floor. I told my husband never again will I move the rest of the furniture just this one desk. And he promised he'll hire movers to do all the lifting and the bending for us to live (back) pain-free for the days to come and enjoy our new house for years and years...

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