Monday, February 20, 2012
On the road again
We are coming down to the final stretch of the husband's primary training. He should be finished in about 6 weeks which means we could be moving in April. We should be moving in April. If he gets to fly what he wants, then we will be off to another state. There is a chance he will stay here for training, but it seems like right now the odds are good he will move. It is crazy to think that in 2 months I could be in a new house in another state. I keep telling myself that I need to go through all the crap in the garage and in the closets so I can get rid of stuff. When we moved here we left stuff behind. (I am sure the people who bought my house were thrilled.) We couldn't get everything in the truck even after we threw away stuff. If we move ourselves again, I don't want to make two trips to move it all. Plus we have more crap than when we first moved here. Somehow Hannah's toy collection has exploded, and we bought new living room furniture. I am starting to get anxious since there is nothing I can really do at this point. We won't know until the week he finishes primary where we are going. Where we go determines if we will move ourselves. I have no clue what to put as the move out date for the landlord, but I don't want to wait too long and miss the 30 days' notice window. I am a planner, and the way the military works does not help me plan. Also, I am not looking forward to another car trip with the dogs. Rowdy is pretty good in the car except she wants to sit on the driver's lap (she weighs about 60 pounds). Pepper is not the best. She made the second day of driving here pretty memorable. Pepper peed, puked, and pooped in the car all within about a two hour period. We were in the middle of nowhere Mississippi and I had no cell signal to call the husband to let him know that I needed to stop. She also started the day at 4am by pooping in the hotel room. Luckily, we were able to get on the road bright and early that day. Isn't there some medication you can give to dogs to zone them out during long car rides? I think Pepper needs that.