Almost. The hope chest and the chair my son wanted are still there; I couldn't fit them in Baby - Baby was already packed full of other stuff I have to look through and keep or donate or shred, as the case may be.
Auction Guy and his crew worked their Good Ol' Boy asses off. The emptied the house - cheap Corelle dishes, old kitchen utensils, small portable tv, you name it, they hauled it. The furniture was the real moneymaker, but bless them, they took all the crap too. Next visit to the house will be hauling the shop vac and a good cleaning, and to meet with a realtor or two. It needs carpet and paint - neither are awful, but I'm willing to either do it or factor it into the asking price. It's not a mess by any means, but applying my critical eye, yeah, I know what I'd want before I'd want to move in. Fresh carpet and paint, just because time does take its toll on walls and floors. Otherwise, it's like new.
I went through and grabbed a few last items I didn't want to let go - including a 1941 vintage New Testament and other Catholic Books. Very cool.
The Cousins are in town, down near The Attractions (theme parks). I was able to help them find a really nice place to stay, and tomorrow we will do dinner, then Tuesday they go back to C's house and on Wednesday after work (half day) Murphy and I will head that way and join them. Haven't knit a stitch in a week. But life progress has been made.