Moving the same house, but new parts

Marzeus von Hemelen By Marzeus von Hemelen, 27th Sep 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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So what do you do when you think it's time to retire and move in to a brand new place you can retire in, but you like your current home and don't want to move? Well, if you're my parents you just build a new wing on the same property and retire to that. Viola! All new surroundings for the rest of your days.

Moving the same house, but new parts

Well, it took a long time. Lots of planning, lots of building, lots of checking, lots of rebuilding, lost of installing things, and lots of reinstalling things.

But here it is. The West Wing is ready. And today, Father and Mother are moving in to the West wing.

It's really beautiful. And big. Without furniture, the bedroom looks like a hotel conference room. The whole design of the place looks like that of a five star hotel. It's beautiful.

And so, with the help of the servants, Father and Mother move all their stuff from their old bedroom and Father's old study, into their brand new wing.

Marzeus walks back into the old house after visiting the glamorous new West Wing. It's funny; he always thought their house was beautiful. And it is. He loves the Victorian furnishings. He always thought no other place is better. And yet, after being in the lucious new West Wing, the old house with what used to be beautiful to Marzeus, looks so old and plain. He's actually tasted something of that brand new feeling that is so good.

So from now on, basically Marzeus will have the East Wing all to himself, while Father and Mother live way on the opposite side of the mansion in their brand new place. Their old room with en suite dressing room and bathroom, will from now on house any guests or family that may come to visit.

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Moving, Moving In, Moving Out, New Environment, New Surroundings, Retirement

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author avatar Marzeus von Hemelen
I like eggs for breakfast. I live on top of a hill inside a beautiful but old dwelling complex. I like to take life in through my senses and then give feedback through my writing.

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