Saturday, February 28, 2009

if you ever need to reach me...

I have a new address! I moved in just today and can tell already that decorating is going to be an enormous hassle - I'm on the top level and I have no idea how I'll fit all my stuff into such a small space. The neighborhood is a little noisy; people are going in and out at all hours, jangling keys and slamming their tiny little doors...but it'll be nice to have a secure space all to myself. The rent is really cheap, though, only about $30 every six months so I really shouldn't complain.

I've added the address to my sidebar - right underneath the picture of the girl with the pink gun.

UPDATE: Just to clarify - & because my husband insists. He fears a legion of men showing up at my new address with boxes of chocolates (Ahem. Vosges. Just sayin') and bouquets of flowers, only to find themselves sorely disappointed - I got a new p.o. box for blog-related snailmail and everything is fine in Fallacyland. So fear not...I just really like snailmail, that's all.

19 comments:

Shoothouse Barbie said...

I know the perfect wall paper for your new place!

http://www.libertystickers.com/product/if-guns-kill-people-do-pencils-misspell-words/

Timmeehh said...

OMG, that's terrible news Breda!
Did Mike throw you out?

WV = dembrasa

What Jar-Jar Binks feels when he is caught picking his nose.

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

Next stop, Willoughby!

TJP said...

Pobox doesn't sound like an Irish surname to me.

:D

Larry said...

Ah, but it's always better to occupy the "high ground".

The view is usually better to see sunrises and sunsets and it's easier to see and keep track of the terrain for intruders.

kaveman said...

"$30 every six months"

Wow, this housing slump is worse than I thought.

Steve said...

Hi Breda.

I'm glad we got the opportunity to meet at the "Tea Party."

I hope you can make the next one this Spring (date to be determined).

Steve
PS: Willoughby seems to be a popular place to live!

Julie said...

hehehehe ...

Earl said...

I was wondering how to fit that 10/22 in there, but realize that if you can have a bag that will hold everything then you can have a tiny hobbit-like box with plenty of space for the armory, magic swords and all. Wallpapering will be so much easier.

Wai said...

Hmmm...I wonder if I can send you bacon or other smoked goodies...N

ow now, people, let's not all try to stuff her box with pork. *Urk!* That just sounded so wrong on so many different levels.

:::ducking:::

rickn8or said...

Nemmine the 10/22, how are we supposed to fit vast quantities of chocolate and roses in one of them itty bitty boxes?

kate said...

simply put.
yes.

Lydia said...

um, I can't resist...can you reach that po box on the top row??? or does Mike have to check that mail since it's easier for him to reach?

I know, I'm a jerk, just dusting the dust off the old Lydia

Steve said...

Dang Breda -

That's darn cheap digs ya got there.

Out here on the upper left coast, ours is $64 for 6 months for their smallest box.

Wild Deuce said...

Forget the chocolate, forget the bacon ... the way to Breda's heart is a box of ammo.

Now ... to figure out the right caliber ... hmmm.

Darn ... just remembered, you can't ship ammo to a PO Box.

kaveman said...

How sad it must be for the commoners.

While everyone here is debating what to send to a metal box which has merely been graced by the hands of royalty, I have just received a legally binding document which ensures that I shall enjoy exactly one hug from the Goddess Herself, no less than 12 weeks from today.

It has been printed out in triplicate and notarized by the best legal minds bacon can buy.

Despair not little people, if the mood strikes me, I may allow a select few of the proles to sniff my shoulder after the fact for a nominal fee.

Wild Deuce said...

The way things are going, in twelve weeks we might all need more ammo instead of a hug.

Old NFO said...

Good one... Had us ALL going for a minute there :-)

GORDON said...

Rainforest?
Organically grown, politically correct CHOCOLATE?

My God Breda, I'd think you'd gone over to the other side.

What's wrong with good ol' made-in-America Hersheys?

Or does Vosges melt less at the range?