Letters From The Edge of Blogspace: A Moving Story II

Published March 13, 2015 by Christine

It’s been a bit of a while since I wrote on here but, hey, you all know what I’m like. Anyway, I am now settled into my new flat, one which isn’t about to collapse, has got heating (and insulation) and is nice and quiet. It took a while but the wait was worth it. All I have left to do is get carpeting and a cooker. These things had to wait due to the initial high costs involved with moving in but, come the end of the month, they should be sorted.

The only minor drawback is that the building is in a small conservation area and so there is no gas, so my heating and cooking etc are all electrically powered but, small price to pay for such a nice place. Plus it was wired for Virgin Media when it was converted so that’s what I have. Fast broadband (recently measured at 103Mb/sec down and 6.8 Mb/sec up), and TV and phone.

In other news, I’m still waiting for a response from CHX as regards to my second surgical referral. One good thing is that I have lost nearly 9kg since moving plus, now eating smaller meals, I expect to drop below the magic 100kg sometime in the next few months.

So, happy things all round, (naff stuff creeps in now and again but, what the hell, that’s life).

I shall post again soon. Hopefully more than I have been.

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