packing pandemonium

We haven’t started into the meat of the packing yet. Foolishly, I thought it wouldn’t be too bad; we don’t have that much stuff, right?

And then I visited the basement- the root of all damp evil. I realized that the few kitchen boxes I’d already packed have disintegrated in the summer humidity. Realized that all the clothes we didn’t have space bags for are going to have to be washed and dried. Realized that there’s a ton to do.

And now I’m sitting on the deck faced with the daunting task for figuring out what I need to do, when, and how, to get this all done before July 30th. I may be a little panicked.

Folks who’ve moved recently. What were your strategies?

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