Wow, I cannot remember the week before Christmas ever being like this. My heart goes out to the victims of that horrible incident in Connecticut. I don't understand our federal government(not surprised). I don't understand the news media, sensationalizing everything from the weather report, on up.
It really does look like I have sold my house. This is not an official announcement, though. I've gone through almost the same scenario five times. But you know the old saying, six times is the charm. I really do like my prospective buyers. I will be real honest, I'm running on pure faith and prayer. Speaking of old sayings, how about, it all comes to he that waits? As you long-time readers know, this is been a two-year process. I should be very well prepared, right? With that said, I don't think you ever foresee some of the problems that you encounter in a move like this. I am so anxious to cut the cord, if you will. Even though things are not always as they seem, I have been surprised by many pleasant developments. The furniture that I worried so much about, as in what the heck am I going to do with all, has taking care of itself. My prospective buyers have decided they want to purchase it all from me. What a blessing! I have read on other blogs how that has happened to other people, and I am just amazed that it's happening here. Here's a video that seems to sum it up for me.......
I have ran on faith through this whole process. I remember a saying from my youth, that goes like this: God may not come when you want Him to, but He is always right on time! I think my dogs are even starting to get excited. I know I am!