Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

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Do I really want to have a housewarming party in August?

My intended housewarming party date is two weeks from this Saturday (which in a few hours will be "two weeks from tomorrow").

This is feeling less and less like a good idea.

I am definitely ready for the autumn weather, and not having AC might be a serious problem for having people over -- esp. a lot of people.

I had wanted to have it in the summer before people went back to school, but this is fast becoming a moot point.  Kate will be in NC that weekend, Fefe will I think still be in England, I haven't talked to Hilary in ages, and now Jonah might not be able to come.  Everyone else is either still gonna be here in September or is elsewhere this summer anyhow.

Two weeks is really soon.  Esp. since I have plans for both prior weekends.  (It's also a short time for people to be able to plan, esp. for the postal mail invitations.)

There's also a lack of furniture etc. since OtherRoomie is in the process of moving out, but NewRoomie isn't moving in until mid-August (the week following the potential housewarming party).

So should I change my plan to September and relieve some of my stress?  The heat is really the biggest factor, but the stress factor is creeping up there as other surprises come up in my life.
Tags: parties: planning

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