When two houses collide


December 10, 2006 2:28 PM

A collection of pics showing the interior of my house after my parents moving in

Yesterday, my house gained the following:

  • two fridges and one freezer,
  • a washer and a dryer,
  • two TVs,
  • one lounge set,
  • one dining set,
  • a BBQ and outdoor dining set,
  • miscellaneous shelving and cabinets,
  • and much much more, currently sitting in the backyard shed.

Yes, the parental units have merged back in. Or is it me who has been reabsorbed? The house has become livelier. One immediate benefit – I can have home cooked dinners without leaving the house. Yay! But there are also other things that remind me why I moved out in the first place.

It will be the end of May or early June 2007 when my parents’ apartment extension is completed. Perhaps then it wouldn’t feel as crowded as it obviously is now . However, this living arrangement is definitely interesting. And I’m quite excited to see how my parents’ place will look like.

Now we just have to fix the parking problem. 🙂

6 thoughts on “When two houses collide

  1. Rob

    stuff has a tendency to be forgotten for ever when piled in boxes an shoved into a dark corners or over stuffed houses… this could be an opporutnity to make a fortune on eBay 😛

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  2. girlstar7

    So did your parents always own your house and you were renting it out? I’m guessing now they’ve moved back in, things must be pretty hectic especially with all the renovation going on. So how long do you think you cn stand it until you get your own bachelor pad again?!

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  3. mooiness Post author

    explicist: it’s requiring a lot of juggling. 😉

    Rob: well you know … there are antiques and collectibles, and then there’s just junk. And we’ve thrown a lot out already. Heh.

    girlstar7: how long??? Right now, I’m being seduced by the fact that I got cooking and laundry done for me again. Must … resist … must … not … get … sucked … back … in. :mrgreen:

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