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Sunday, December 29, 2002  

*Commence Whining*
Ugh, I'm so tired! And now I have to do this again tomorrow??? Look at what I did in the past few hours:

It may not look like much, but it was a lot of work! First of all, the picture on the left was taken just after I finished cleaning it and the floor was drying. I know it doesn't look very clean, but it's better than it was before. That's the really frustrating thing about moving into an apartment - you can't fix things. There are some cracked tiles and there's caked in gunk and you can't get it perfectly *clean* looking. Plus, the landlord wasn't exactly perfectly neat when he painted. There are spots and splashes of paint on the tile, mirrors, toilet, sink and tub. I'll have to get a razor blade and scrape it off. One more little touch that will take FOREVER! ARG. It will all be worth it, though! (I hope) There is one neat thing about moving into an older apartment, though. The fixtures! Check out the awesome light fixture we have in our apartment!

I know I'm really whining, but boy, it was a long day. You should see the huge PILE we have in the dining room. We ended up taking over the coffee tables, most of the kitchen stuff, and some lamps. So, there's still A LOT to take over, but we put a dent in it! It will also take forever to take everything out of the boxes, take off the labels, tags, etc, then wash it all. My mantra this week will be "It will all be worth it, it will all be worth it." And when that doesn't work, I'll do something fibery. Speaking of which, I finished the swatch on the size one needles. I like it a lot better, so that's what I'll be doing my socks on. I'm going to wash the swatches, measure them and hopefully start the socks (finally) tomorrow. I need something to keep me sane. Of course, I've never done socks before and I've heard they're tough, so maybe I shouldn't have chosen them for my "stress-relief" project. Oh well. I guess I'll see how it goes. For now, I'm going to go get some sleep. I'm whipped!

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