I thought I would give a little update on the house selling situation. While we have had numerous calls, showings and inquiries…we have no contract. We have had nothing but positive feedback, but the time has not been right for any of the potential buyers yet. We are planning on meeting with a relator on Monday to get the house officially listed with Reese and Nichols. Although this is not what we had hoped for, we feel extremely positive and hopeful that the RIGHT buyer will come along and the perfect time. We are trusting that God is faithful and that His timing is perfect.
With that being said, I have been overly conscientious about our sweet little house and the memories we have made here these past few weeks. Those of you who know me know I am extremely sentimental; like, the ugly cry, get in your sweats and eat a whole roll or Oreos kind.There are so many things that I love about our home; so many memories that I hold so dear and precious to my heart. So with that being said, I wanted to write down some of my favorite memoires on our little starter house here on 163rd terrace. You can insert my silent sobs while your reading this. It will give it more of a realistic touch 🙂
When we first bought our little house, we were so thrilled. It was the perfect place for us, and I was so excited that my parents lived just a few miles down the road from us. I fondly remember having our friends over from small group to start the priming/painting process just 2 days after we moved in. All of our woodwork was a natural wood color, and I was craving an updated Navaho White. We had a blast having our friends over to munch on pizza and paint our new little home. Our house was filled with so much joy that night and we were so grateful for our dear friends for giving up their Friday nights to help us out.
What a great post Lauren. The first chapters of your lives….and many more to come. Your blog is like a book/diary you will go back to and re read and add new chapters too. I'll pray for a sale and for you as you plan your move. It's going to be almost like a new book in the series:) I can hear your sobs….and I also hear your excitement. Hugs.
Thanks so much Auntie Kathy! Love you!!