Murphy’s Law

Anything that can go wrong will go wrong. That’s kind of how our move to NJ has felt.

First, we had to move all our stuff into storage because we were having a hard time finding a place. It was such a pain and we each lived at our parents houses until we found a place.

Then we move into a place and UHaul tried to cancel on us the morning of our move. Our townhouse ended up not really being in the condition we thought it would be, not exactly move in ready (really dirty, terrible paint job). Which was pretty annoying.

And thennnn my check bounced because I was paying so many different fees I just got my bank accounts confused. Okay, no big deal, I’ll send another check. Except we misread the part where they said they wanted a certified check – facepalm.

Our internet guy decides not to give us the extender we asked for, sending us on a wild goose chase to get one. We still don’t have it.

Hopefully terrible beginnings turn into happy endings because I’m stressing here.

5 thoughts on “Murphy’s Law

  1. “Experience is the hardest kind of teacher. It gives you the test first and the lesson afterward.” You’re learning so much through this process even if it feels like everything is going wrong. At least you’ll know better for next time. Hang in there.

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