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In less than a week, we’ll be moving to our new house. I’m excited yet seriously unprepared.
I think because this move all happened so quickly and because the move is less than two miles away, there doesn’t seem like there’s an urgency to have everything all packed up in boxes, ready to go. Can’t we just take everything from one room here to a room over there without any real packing? Probably not the most practical way to pack, but it is what it is at this point.
We did a walk-thru at the new house the other day, just making sure there wasn’t anything that needed fixed before we closed. I loved looking at each room and imagining how it would all be set up. Truly, it feels like home already- it feels like me, like my family.
The only detail in the house that made me turn up my nose(that’s hard to do literally, isn’t it? But I did scrunch up my nose and make a terrible face so that the others who were there with us asked me what was wrong), was the dishwasher.
I’m sure it’s fine. It’s new, so it must work.
But, it definitely doesn’t have all the functions of our current dishwasher that I was sent for review by GE. I wrote about my favorite dishwasher features earlier, if you want to know more about the GE® Hybrid Stainless Steel Interior Dishwasher with Hidden Controls.
The feature that I’m the most concerned about at this point is how quiet my current dishwasher is. There’s an indicator light that shows you it’s running because you might not be able to tell from the sound. We have an open floor plan at the new house. If the dishwasher was loud, it would be a distraction in the living room and the sunroom(where my office will be).
I was assured that the one in the new house isn’t super loud but that they wouldn’t recommend running it in the thick of activity in those areas of the house.
Since the move isn’t far, we’re actually going to switch out our GE dishwasher and the one from the new house so that I can have the GE dishwasher at the new house. While it adds yet another item to our to-do list for the move, I think it will be worth it!