|Sushi, WHY YOU SO BAD FOR ME??? Photo courtesy of Yelp.|
I'm still waiting to see what I'm doing with the mattress in Harlem. I feel like we're eventually going to give it away for free or leave it downstairs. Such a waste. Still need to reinstall the child gates and repaint spackled holes (easy peasy).
As for the basement - ugh. Baz and I dragged my canvases and records on a hand cart over the bridge - good workout, but man that uphill half is a drag. Really gets the muscles going. I still have the electronics to deal with, what a pain in my ass. There's an e-waste recycling facility in Gowanus, so we'll probably throw everything in a cab and drive it over there to donate it, probably Tuesday. A iMac, keyboard, large boombox w/speakers, and a giant old-school monitor.
That should be fun. Pretty sure that's the one thing I'm majorly stressed about. After that, I won't have much to wrestle with - maybe a milkcrate full of books, but that doesn't require a cart and me sweating while hauling ass over the East River.
Tomorrow (Monday) we're going to do some returns on stuff we have, then go to the Museum of Natural History for one last jaunt. Should be fun!
|The dioramas - always my favorite. Courtesy of nyclovesnyc.blogspot.com|
It's crazy to think that in a week, Baz and I will be in our own place. Our very own place. With only our stuff. This has never happened before, and I am excited like woah.
Can't sleep tonight, so I've spent the night puttering around, cleaning up my parent's apartment (where we've been staying the past couple of weeks). Unfortunately, it still kinda looks like a bomb hit it. Ah well, all in due time.