The Aftermath - Unpacking, Pets, Cable TV......


So I guess that we have everything in the new house.  We hit the deadline last night and were just throwing things in boxes and bags.  We also trashed a lot of stuff and I can't help but wonder if we'll be looking for any of it at a later date - lol!!!  It was just late, and we were very tired.  I must also add that hubby and I did the moving all by ourselves.  His son helped with some heavy objects earlier in the week, but it was mostly us. 

Spunky, Sebastian and Strat arrived last night.  Strat does pretty well but he wants outside; Sebastian is slowly moving around taking care with each step.  Spunky has chosen the basement as her domain for the time being - which is good as that's where the litter boxes are.  Unfortunately, we've been unable to locate Mickey.  He's mostly an outdoor cat and frequents in and out of the old house at his leisure.  I think the upheaval at the old house has him in hiding.  I'm going to drive by the old house around the time I normally would be getting home from work and see if he's there then (he's normally laying under the front bush).  The neighbor lady is watching for him and has food sitting out.  I'm not too worried about him as he's so self-sufficient and if necessary the neighbor lady will take good care of him....but....he is my cat and part of the family and I'd really like him to be here!!! 

Cable TV was the nightmare....as my last post indicated everything got hooked up, but we were having problems with the service.  Not major problems, but annoying ones...for instance, Comcast On Demand was not working due to a communication error and the Channel Guide all said "To Be Announced".  Customer Service was no help...more signals were sent to the TV then you can imagine - none doing anything.  One guy told me that the work order had never been closed and I would have to call back the next day.  Sunday morning I called again and they agreed to send a technician out.  As soon as I hung up the phone - all of a sudden I had Comcast On Demand and a Channel Guide showing the TV shows.  Hmmmmm.......I then realized that all the lower channels (2 - 25) where you normally find the major networks (CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, CW) were all out of whack.  In other words ABC wasn't at the channel it normally is, etc...  Now I couldn't believe they changed a channel line-up overnight.  Anyway prior to the technician arriving, I received a call from Comcast wanting to know if I still I had a problem.  I explained the new problem to the girl....she pulled my account and guess what???  They had programmed me wrong....she reset the box and everything was normal.  So the service call was canceled.  Whew......

Anyway, I took the day off work and need to do some unpacking....




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  1. He's mostly an outdoor cat and frequents in and out of the old house at his leisure. I think the upheaval at the old house has him in hiding. I'm going to drive by the old house around the time I normally would be getting home from work and see if he's there then (he's normally laying under the front bush).

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  2. I then realized that all the lower channels (2 - 25) where you normally find the major networks (CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, CW) were all out of whack. In other words ABC wasn't at the channel it normally is, etc... Now I couldn't believe they changed a channel line-up overnight.

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  27. lol!!! It was just late, and we were very tired. I must also add that hubby and I did the moving all by ourselves. His son helped with some heavy objects earlier in the week, but it was mostly us.

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