We last left off on Saturday March 4, 2006 at 4:33 PM.
The hell of moving out. Well what became more apparently weird about the moving out experience was seeing my first apartment revert back to the way I found it……….empty.
John and Kate gallantly showed up to help us pack up the budget truck that Saturday. Pictured below is John trying to “shake me off”.
A little bit before the last webcam picture above was taken, we decided to make one last Wawa run. And by run, I mean, walk.
We walked by my 2nd favorite cemetary in mays landing.
Towards the good ole wawa on Route 50 and 3rd St.
John watched as me and Jackie spooned one last time as we walked through the Wawa parking lot.
I hugged the frozen food section door as Jackie grabbed my package in Wawa, a great tradition indeed.
Someone was cracking jokes as we waited for our 2 ft Italian Hoagie to be prepared. I asked the dude to make it good since it was my last day in New Jersey..Indeed he did, but he put a little too much mayonaisse on the side for John (not pictured). However he did give us a shit load of pickles, which vegetarian Kate tore up.
We passed by “Jo Jo” on the way back. “Jo Jo” is my neighbors dog that I named on my own. It’s actually a girl dog named “Sadee”.
We made our way back into 210 Hanthorn St.
We ate the food. A few hours later we finished up boxing things, well almost everything. We went to get some Chinese food at “Best Food In Town” with Kevin and Crystal (who didn’t help move, so I didn’t pay for their dinner).
Me and Jackie went back into our apartment one last time to clean up a little bit and gather the rest of our things laying around. Pictured below are the empty rooms…
My Ex-Home Office
An empty bed room without posters
Jackie empties out the kitchen…
Me and Jackie stood in the middle room in silence. It was empty. Nothing left but us. We hugged eachother for a few minutes and shed a couple tears. It was time to leave this place…We took a last picture of the two of us in there. It was a long day and it was about midnite at this point.
I went outside and took a pic of the moving truck all packed up
Jackie’s car was prepared for the tow…
Ande my era of living in Mays Landing, had come to an end…
Stay tuned for part 4…