Our move in time was 12:30, so we spent them morning loading heavy and bulky stuff into the Forester that twenty_three_year old was taking for her morning shift, then loading the Impreza and rendezvousing at the local community college to tag things and pass out parking lot passes.
The dorms at RIT are all clustered in Eastern end of campus, so we had to go to a section of a big student lot and wait in line to go up to the dorm door, where older RIT students quickly emptied the car and said we had to circle around the campus and park in an overflowing lot far away. I drove away while twenty_three_year old up to help eighteen_year old. There were shuttle buses to get the parents back to the dorms, but they were rare, so I set off in the heat and humidity for a long walk.
Mrs. Ha ended up a ew cars behind me. She forgot her phone and wore flip flops, so after the Impreza was empty eighteen_year_old went up to her room and she had to park far away, and hike back in the heat without knowing what was going on.
Eventually Mrs. Ha got back to the room while I was the only one there, as twenty_three_year old was looking for Mrs. Ha, and eighteen_year old was looking for a high school friend who had moved in yesterday.
Soon enough eighteen_year_old showed up with three high school friends, the one going to RIT, one going to Ryerson in Toronto (he's been told to be wary of the Toronto moose infestation, don't get in their way) and one going to Finger Lakes CC. They all pondered the problems of the dorm room, it's small and eighteen_tear_old had to move her dressed into her closet.
The friends finally left so we could got to an Asian buffet, then Wegmans for what she needed in her dorm room, then home. Since it was just Mrs. Ha and I until the twenty_three_year old got home from work after 10, we started watching the Godfather, I reckon we will have lots of movie time since twenty_three_year old closes often.
So yeah, the Camry is dying, in between packing for college 23yo and I have been going through the car buying process. We've had a few tset drives, now she's waiting to get an appointment at the credit union with a loan officer. If she closed out some savings account she could buy something outright for $4000, but she's okay financing.
Six weeks into work at home I'm still not seeing much time or money savings, and I'm not as productive as I was in my cube.
Sine I no longer have to drive 18yo to and from her job, and she's moved in, I should have more time to clean up our study, and have less driving to do. I deserve it.
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