How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


Surprise! Actually, I have nothing to suprise you with. That's the surprise.

However, Cate and I put the deposit and half a month's rent down on our new apartment (on Madison Ave, near Lark. Those of you that know indigoboi, we're his upstairs neighbor now). We spent the night there in part, to get off of Sarah and Dennis's couch, but also, to save a half hour on my bus based commute to work.

Oh yeah, I've also been contracting yesterday and today, applications classes at $250/day. Real lightweight, easy stuff, even if I get the occasional urge to kill a student. But, at the end of the week, that's an extra $500 that I wasn't counting on.

Now, the next question is: Who wants to help us move our stuff out of Kingston? Ideally tomorrow or this weekend, so we can get off of the floor and into a bed. Dinah has volunteered her mother's minivan, which will be a big help. I'm not sure how many trips she wants to make to Kingston though- so if people want to help lug stuff, we can have a moving party, gas money and refreshments will be provided. (The other option is to rent a moving truck, but I'd rather throw a party to pay the bill instead of giving cash to some nameless company).

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