Some of our faithful blog readers might remember that time where I posted and said that I got a job in North Carolina working for a sales company with crummy benefits. Of course I was just joking, but ironically it's kind of come true, sort of. We aren't moving to North Carolina, but we are moving to the D.C. area. Fortunately it's not a sales job with crummy benefits. The company I'll be working for is called LMI (Logistics Management Institute) and it is a non-profit government consulting agency. I'll be developing surveys, running statistical analysis, and writing and presenting briefings to different government agencies. Sounds exciting, huh? Fortunately I like the line of work and the company has great benefits and an even better work environment.
So this means that there is going to be an apartment available in Berlin, NH. If you like Walmart, Moose, and lots of snow, then call me and we can get an application started right away. We'll even throw in access to the garden that produced one red tomato and numerous slugs.
In case you were wondering, yes, the photos above were taken from the balcony of our high rise luxury condo in downton D.C. Okay, the truth is we don't actually have a place to live yet. The office building I'll be working in has an on-site gym, with lockers and showers, so we might stay there for awhile, at least until we can find a proper place to settle down. It also has a library which will keep Valerie and Brendan occupied while I work.
Although we've only been here in New Hampshire for nine months, we've managed to accumulate lots of junk and other items that we no longer need. We are scheduled to be in Virginia by Oct. 19th, which means that if anyone wants to rummage through our stuff before we leave, please stop by and take a look. Just as a preview we have a few broken Transformer Happy Meal toys, oversized white tube socks, and five or six half empty cereal boxes. It's going to be a total liquidation, everything must go event; you do not want to miss this.
Oh, and just in case anyone was wondering if this post is a joke, it's not. I realize I'm kind of like the boy who cried wolf, but this is actually true. I can provide references if more proof is required.
We are excited and would like to personally invite all our family and friends to move to the D.C. area to join in on our new adventure. If you can't relocate at this time, at the very least plan on flying out and visiting us for at least a few days. We can introduce you to President Obama, Hilary Clinton, the entire Washington Redskins teams, and many of our other new friends.
In conclusion, we are moving, anyone can apply to rent our Berlin apartment, we are having a rummage sale, we really are moving, and everyone should move out to the D.C. area as soon as possible.