To pick up where I left off, one of the things the realtor/seller/incompetant chick said to us when we left her Thursday was that she hadn't moved any of her stuff out of the house yet (she'd partially staged it with random things here and there), and would start getting them out on Friday, but the bigger stuff would have to wait until Sunday because 1) the driveway had to be shoveled before she could get a truck up it, and 2) she needed her friend (the other incompetant chick) to help her get it out.

Last night, after Christie got off work, we went to Lowes and bought our range. After cords (we didn't know which we needed, so we had to buy two), delivery (but I get a rebate on that, apparently... shame it's not an instant rebate. I have bad luck with rebates) and warranty (comes with 1 year, but 4 additional years parts + labor was only $79.90 - well worth the cost, if you ask me) it came to about $625 - $125 more than we wanted to spend, but $50 for delivery and one of those cords is $20 and you realize it's not so bad after the money comes back.

Because I now had the same problem as the realtor, I took today to shovel the driveway. It's important to know that I shoveled the driveway for myself. It almost pisses me off that I also, by default, had to shovel the driveway for her. Seriously, when you buy a house, realtors and sellers and such are supposed to be nice to you and do things like this for you. She's an idiot. Anyway, it took me 4 hours to get the driveway clean, minus a patch of ice at the bottom I couldn't do anything about because it was a solid almost-4-inches of ice. The only reason I was able to get it done at all is because no one touched it. The first snowstorm was just snow, and that snow was still there. Then we had the freezing rain and ice. Then today we had more snow (all day long... I was shovelling it while it was falling). The driveway was a gigantic ice sandwich, which made it easy to shovel because the ice was just resting on snow and not stuck to anything. It was fun, though. I've never shoveled out my driveway before... smiley1.gif

She just better get her shit out of it now. She hasn't even been there recently. I almost hope she's not been there by the time we move so I can just shove her shit in the garage.

Then I got home and the stupid spoiled chick in the Mazda who lives in the apartment directly behind us parked in my spot. Now, yes, I understand that there's no marked parking at this place, and it's first-come-first-served... but I specifically shoveled out that spot, and the spot next to it, because that's where the two of us have been parking for a week now!!!. It's just courtesy. You don't park in a spot that was obviously shoveled out by someone who is not you. I'm sick of stupid spoiled people thinking the world belongs to them because they exist. The thing that pisses me off even more is that I didn't think of something decent to do (besides slashing her tires, which it took me like two hours to get over... okay, I still want to do it) until it was way too late to do anything about it. So now she gets to sit her look-at-what-daddy-got-me-to-help-me-repress-those-particular-memories car in the spot I spent the time, effort, and ice melt to shovel out and I can't say anything about it.

I may slash her tires when I move out, though. That'll make me feel better.