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Packing up my office at work took all of 15 minutes.

Properly disposing of the remaining radioactive samples has been taking considerably longer, in particular because I need to make sure the data are sufficiently high-quality. But that's almost done now, too. I feel good about my contributions towards lab clean-up overall. Campfire rules and all that.

The ant samples won't finish drying until Monday morning, which is when I'll stop in to drop off my keys and ID card, and haul away the stuff that's boxed up here. I could do it as two bike trailer-loads (one of office stuff and ants, one of cricket cages), but I suspect I'll just swing by in the moving truck instead.

It makes my brain hurt a little to think that I will have lived in 3 different states this year. And that's just geographical states, not mental ones.

I really am getting better at paring down my possessions, although I will confess that I am saving some chunks of foam pipe insulation that I should probably just toss (used them to pad Froinlavin when I took her to Europe). For instance.

I'm probably just alternating between stages 3-5 by now.


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Nov. 22nd, 2015 03:57 pm (UTC)
Haha, I just threw out some foam that I was keeping for no reason at all. Sympathy on the paring, and all of the moving.
Dec. 1st, 2015 11:06 pm (UTC)
In the very least, it's a comfort to feel like I have gotten better at this whole process, as compared to when I moved from Arizona to Texas. That was a traumatic experience on multiple levels.

Today was funny: I carted four boxes in to the lab, and after about five minutes of effort, my lab workspace is set up. So I've at least got that part all figured out!
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