Jun 8, 2011

Doors & Steps; Steps & Doors

Day 2 - I spent most of the day unpacking and cleaning.

I found out a couple of things. The English like doors,  I have 23 and I'm not even counting closets.  You have to go thru a door to get into every room.  We also have a lot of steps -  63 to be exact.  By the end of the day even my 6 year old was complaining her legs were tired. 

I also found that no matter what country you live in the cable guy is going to be late.  He was supposed to be here between 10 am - 1pm, he arrived at 2:30 pm.  I now have internet & tv, although he wasn't able to get to the phone - so hopefully he'll be back tomorrow.

I drove a little more today, I did okay but I'm still pretty nervouse.  I just went to the grocery store - it's only about 7 minutes away.  Well - that's about it for the day, hopefully tomorrow will be more exciting.  


  1. Okay, how much were you wincing when you were driving and was it just incredibly scary?!!?

    Second, do they give you credits like Comcast when they are late for anything? Maybe you can show them how Americans do it :)

  2. It was pretty nerve racking - I kept looking the wrong way. I also kept driving really close to the curb :)

    No credits - I think they think you should feel lucky they even showed up.