Sunday, June 17, 2012

Moving To A New Home

Yesterday, I just had a chat with a friend who had migrated to Canada few years ago.  It's nice to get in touch with people whom you haven't seen and talk to for a long time.  We didn't have communication since she migrated to Canada with her daughter.  She had decided to stay there for good since most of her siblings were already there.  She was excited to tell me that she's going to move to a new home next month.  Currently, she and her daughter were staying with her sister's family and this was for the past few years since she arrived there.  Now that she was able to save enough money to at least produce a down payment for her new home, she just felt very excited.  She was saddened by the fact that she had to live away from her sister but she told me that this is also best for both of them as her sister has already a family of her own.  Her sister welcomed her idea and supports her with the decision to move out as her sister understands that she needs a a place which she could call her own.

Last week, they had started packing all their things.  For the past few years that she'd been working there, she already acquired quite a number of things ranging from small appliances and some furniture for the room where she and her daughter stayed.  She wanted to bring these all as these were the result of her hard work.  For the past few days, she'd been scouting for some movers to transport their things to their new home.  She found a number of reliable movers online but she had to choose which one is available in the place where they currently stay.  She told me that should she choose Déménagement Montréal, it would be a lot easier to go for someone you can trust.  

I told her that moving should not be a stressful experience.  It requires planning and ample time for preparation.  I advised her to get rid of the things she doesn't really need and just narrow down her list to the things that's important and matters most to her. My friend is a person who likes to collect things and she can't simply get away with these.  I asked her to read some tips in packing and plan ahead.  The more she rush, the more she will forget things. Overall, it was a pleasant discussion that I had with her.  I'm happy that she's now ready to live on her own.

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