We did it. Sir and I have closed to distance gap and moved in together. It was a long time coming, and it feels amazing. Knowing I am going to sleep with him every night, come home to him, and not have to Skype any longer sure is a welcomed comfort. It’s sad to see how much others take for granted when they are close to one another. I will not be taking Sir for granted at all because I know what it is like to be away from him for long periods of time. Every day, every minute will be cherished and saved for my memories as golden and wonderful.
It wasn’t an easy move. All my stuff in New York moving it to another state, was more challenging than I had ever imagined. Sir had it all planned out. I had 2 male friends come and help us load everything from the house then the storage. We packed up the trailer and van in less than 4 hours and we were out of there. On our way to our new home in his home state. Of course there were a few errands we had to accomplish and with the traffic, we arrived later than we wanted. So we had to wait until the next day to move our stuff in.
The next day Sir unloaded the trailer and van while I went for my PPD reading for my new job. When I got to the new place he was almost finished unloaded. What a man, all that work in a short amount of time and without help. I was instructed to start unpacking and when he needed help with the furniture he’d let me know. So off I went to set up my kitchen. I came to life unpacking all my belongings. For far too long I had been without a kitchen of my own as I was in a house share situation. Here it was, all my cooking utensils, pots, pans, everything. I was starting to feel like I was in the right place for the first time in a very long time.
Second trip was to go where Sir was living and get his belongings. That did not take too long. I boxed up all his stuff and away we went again. Took it all in the house and Sir was off for the last and final trip. I stayed back unpacking and putting things in their place. I wish I can describe it better. The thoughts and feelings I had and felt, overwhelmed me at times. Shock was the state I was in for the first night or at least I think that’s what it was. I knew it was real, I was living it. It just did not sink in almost feeling like we’d have to pack and leave saying “good-bye, I’ll see you later on Skype.” Not this time, not ever!
So 2 days later we are completely unpacked and situated. We sit down to eat our meals together, and snuggle when we watch a show. We are exhausted yes but that will pass. We will then move forward to whatever the bright and happy future holds for us. I am so incredibly happy and the most appreciative sub that I have ever been in my life.