As I mentioned last week, Chris and I are moving closer to our jobs. And, to say it has been a whirlwind is an understatement. I wrote that post Wednesday night, we got a great offer that night, and were sold, again, by Saturday night. Prayers that this deal goes through!
Being that we are 'homeless' come the end of February, this weekend was focused on the search for the Tucker's next humble abode. Saturday morning we woke up eager to tour a bunch of houses. The day was full of potentials, but nothing that spoke to us. You know, houses speak, right? Some of them whispered, but none were like "buy me!"
In between our house hunt we stopped at a pizza place in the middle of a neighborhood, and who do I run in to? Celeste! Her and I had emailed Friday because we both live in the same area, both are selling our homes, and both are moving to the same area. It was so surreal to run into her the day after we had a long email conversation about how we need to meet for coffee. By the way, her son is as adorable as you've imagined! Precious!
Saturday night we got home and, in 2014 fashion, signed the sales documents for our house on our iphone...all from the comfort of our home.
Sunday I did my normal one-eyed wake up routine where I lay in bed and check emails...with the one eye that is working every morning. We had gotten an email that a home with all our requirements came available. Long story short...we got an appointment, saw it, lovedlovedloved it, offered over asking for it, and now we are waiting...impatiently I might add. We really want it, but know it is not in our hands!
So, now it is Monday morning and I am going to be a nervous wreck all day until I hear something. Luckily I have 19 little cherubs (wishful thinking) to keep me entertained until I hear the news!
PS: My brother had to start a blog for one of his communications classes at Texas State. He is a phenomenal writer and incredibly witty. Did I mention he was Salutatorian of his graduating class and quarterback, point guard, and a star baseball player for his high school? Well, he has chosen to write his blog about Bobcat baseball and if you have time to kill, or know a man in your life who wants to keep up with college baseball, direct them to my brother's new blog: Take Me Out To The Ballgame.