By 300 Sandwiches
You’ve got all of your stuff—couches, clothes, plates, etc. You move it all in. Nothing’s broken. Phew! On day one, you’re so eager about your new place, so excited to arrange all of your stuff, that you get about 80 percent of your home in the shape you want it.
But unless you tackle projects like painting, or decorating or installing the surround sound system or replacing those light fixtures in the first 30 days, chances are those projects will go undone for months. And you’ll sit on your couch stewing, thinking to yourself “I need to replace those light fixtures” but instead you just stew and stare at those light fixtures for months. You curse the unsatisfactory lighting in your pad. But you do nothing.
Or was that just it E and I when we moved in?
Anyway, that’s how it’s been with our thank you notes. We started so strong last weekend! Halfway there! Since then, they’ve sat.
I mean to write out a few each night, but distractions happen.
According to experts on the topic, I’ve got three months after wedding to send thank you notes. That means I’m right on deadline.
You know what we’ll be doing this weekend.by