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Postby Evader on April 24th, 2012, 10:19 pm

Hi Tom,

Originally a Scouser like yourself, I have lived in the Manchester area most of my life.
Due to job circumstances, I will be relocating to Nottinghamshire in May. As one who has relocated several times, what are your experiences of the whole affair of selling up and moving ?
I'm absolutely bricking it...

John, Manchester ( but not for long ).
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Re: Relocation

Postby Tom Baker on April 29th, 2012, 10:15 am

Dear John,

I have moved home about six times and found it a thrilling experience. The thrill came from the fact that I had no part in the ordeal of organisation and was spared the agonies. My wife, who could easily run the United Nations, carried out all these moves (6 of them), with complete panache. So organised was she that the removal men themselves were refreshed and felt that life was worthwhile. What does bricking mean? I guess it means to dread? And I imagine it will be hell.

All the best and let me hear how it went.

All the best from Tom
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