Moving During Covid

I have been in quarantine at my late parents estate in upstate NY, which in hindsight after the protests in NYC, was a wise move on my part. I’m leaving the estate soon, as I have made the decision to move out of the city.

The big question is where. I want to stay near the East Coast, but the pickings are slim. But even if it means putting most of my belongings in storage and shipping some to the house, I cannot wait any longer to get out of this godforsaken city.

Between the absolute idiot of a mayor, who looks like Lurch’s younger brother, and the dangerous dullard (The “Love Gov” – oh puke!) who oversees the state, it’s amazing I’ve lasted this long. Any woman who dates Andrew Cuomo is either power hungry, a gold digger, or dumb as the proverbial brick.

So I may be trading my Louboutins for hiking boots, and that’s okay. I’m due for a change, and Aramis has loved being able to run around off-leash.

Maybe Lucia would want to relocate, too…

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About D'arcy

D'arcy grew up on an estate in upstate New York, surrounded by staff, with mostly absentee parents. Left to her own devices, she shunned school, read voraciously, and collected animals, first-edition volumes of her favorite books, and occasionally men. D'arcy recently moved out of her apartment on the UES of NYC with her cavachon pup, Aramis, and is currently living at her late parents estate while deciding on where to put down roots. The best way to get on her good side is to have a sense of humor, not take yourself too seriously, and be kind in general. Irritate her, and you'll be greeted with a laser look and a tongue lashing for the ages, and not the good kind.

One Reply to “Moving During Covid”

  1. DavidMartin2323 on said:

    Here’s hoping you make it out before you and Snake Plisskin have to fight your way out!

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