City of exhaustion

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I used to always consider being a removalist as one of the worst jobs conceivable. When I actually think about it though – the moving portion is really not too bad. I mean, when you’ve done it a hundred times, you’d have a fair head for what to move into the truck first and last, and applying the rules of tetris to every item in between. There’s none of the packing, the organising, the unpacking and the backbreaking cleaning (both at the new place and old).

Well today we finished moving the last items across, and finished cleaning the old place in Box Hill. Christ – we were absolutely *exhausted*. On top of this, it’s been hellishly muggy the past few days. All I can say is I am so glad – so glad, that that portion of the move is over. Now we get to simply enjoy living in the city and enjoy the freakin awesome view from our new little pad’s balcony (see below!). Here’s to that!

Helloooo Melbourne!

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