Monday, October 08, 2007

Where to even start...

I have never been so glad to see the end of a business day. I've been on the phone literally all day, sometimes two phones at once! Good news is that we sold our condo! Well, we haven't closed yet, but you get the idea. Speaking of closings, part of his offer was that he needed to close by the 23rd - of this month!! Yeah, the 23rd that's only two weeks away! Luckily he agreed to postpone possession until the 31st.

We have put an offer on a house in Avon. They have until noon tomorrow to accept at which point we'll start considering apartments if they don't. Everything is in God's hands. If He wants us to have this house they'll accept and we'll be confident it was the right decision. If they don't accept our offer, we'll know God has something better in store - we're good with that!

I was so glad to see Jeff when he got home! I needed a break from Evan. Handling all of these phone calls today and stressing over the details made being patient with him rather challenging. After dinner I came upstairs and spent about an hour by myself debriefing - it was definitely needed!

On top of all this, I had a job interview this morning at 7:00 - that feels like a lifetime ago. I'm going to post more about this interview later, but I wanted to get this update out to all of you. Plus, writing this down took some of the load off...

7 comments:

LadyStahl said...

Congratulations...let me know what kind of help you need!

morgan said...

we'll be praying....

Kelly said...

Congrats!!! Can't wait to hear about the house and the job interview!

Pam said...

I'll be thinking of you guys, love ya!

Maya said...

Yeah yeah yeah! Congrats! Can't wait to hear what God has in store for you guys!

Jeff & Nikki Goedeker said...

Congrats! That is so great! Maybe you will be in a house by Evan's 1st birthday... : )

Amanda said...

Having just gone through this don't be suprised by the bit of attachment issues you may have with the condo that your husband just won't understand. I was a little sad to leave and leaving all the memories I had from being there. It was also the first home that was mine. He liked the place but was ready to move on as well.