Everyday,  Personal


As you know, as of mid June, I split with my boyfriend on 6 years. It was a hard decision, but one I’m sticking too. It’s not something I want to get into, but it really has turned my life upside down and I feel like i’m still sorting out the pieces.

I need help though. I’m stuck. Everytime I try to think about going back to Adelaide and packing my stuff. Moving it. My animals. I’m struck by this overwhelming anxiety and all I want to do is crawl into a hole and hide. I know it is something I have to do & soon, but I am just so scared.

So, I have a couple of questions & a request some of you may be able to help me with. Thank you in advance for any advice.

My owl collection has grown since this photo was taken last year.

Do you have any recommendations for removalists Adelaide to Sydney?

I’m needing to get a load from Adelaide to Sydney. I’m hoping to get one on a back load, to make it cheaper. Unfortunately, I don’t remember the company I used for my trip over.

I will probably need a truck, I don’t have too much large furniture. My bed, my grandmothers display cabinet, a cube shelving. I do however have a whoooole lot of boxes.

I have a lot of stuff!

Do you have any recommendations for Pet freight?

I took my fur babies to Adelaide via car. This time, I don’t think I’ll have that option. At this point in time, i’m still debating if i’m bringing Ginny, so it may be one dog, it may be two. I just know that this will cause me anxiety.

My Mum commented today saying that I have seemed to have forgoten my Mr Frodo, but that is far from the truth. I have been trying to focus on not thinking about him too much because it makes my heart hurt. I miss him more then words can express & I hate not seeing him every day. I have in fact cried myself to sleep over it. I’m just good at hiding my weak spots when need be.

So, I’m thinking of finding a pet freight company that will handle all the gruesome details. Sure, flying a dog from Adelaide to Sydney may not seem like much to some people, to me, it’s sure fire way to set off a panic attack.