People say you can tell someone may be having suicidal thoughts because they start to give away a lot of their possessions. The same can be said for long distance moving.
I've finally convinced myself after all these years that the record collection is going bye-bye.
My coffee table, once one of my favorite pieces of furniture, will also more than likely go away. I think I'm more open to getting rid of things than Jesse is/will be. He has a bunch of clutter and crap still in boxes that he has yet to get rid of for whatever weird reasons. My logic: if it's not part of household decor and you don't use it often, trash it. I see us getting rid of all of our holiday decorations and things of the sorts.
I have been doing research and found that Uhaul is astronomical in it's rates. Like $700 more than Budget. That $700 can fuel us for a good part of our trip!
It's going to take us about 3 days to get to Georgia. That means 3 days of nothing but driving and hopefully not hitting any rush hour traffic. It also means 2 nights and maybe 3 depending on how late we get in, staying in motels. Yeah, Mo, not Ho. We're going cheap. 3 days of nothing but fast food, and sitting. Feeling like a trucker. Jesse driving the rental, me following in the Focus. We'll be like Smoky and the Bandit!
All I can say is I got Georgia on my mind.