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neurological dryer lint

dirty deeds... and the dunderchief

 

if you float away

i'm starting to understand how my in-laws feel when i come over to fix their PC. i explain and explain using every lowest-common-denominator term in my vocabulary what i'm fixing, how to protect themselves online, how things work... but it never seems to fully sink in.

i'm sure our mortgage guys and our realtor feel like that when talking to me - every time i think i have a handle on this whole thing, someone will send me some document, make me sign some paperwork, or make a comment that derails me completely and shoots my blood pressure through the roof.

a healthy dose of prayer, the starting line and def leppard have helped to provide some peace. and God has cleared enough space in my heart for joy about moving to a new community and settling down a little more. we've been blessed with good advice from friends we trust, too. everyone who has thrown out suggestions about what to look for in a house, and how to get through the buying process without apoplexy - i'm grateful.

so we put an offer in on the place we love today. hopefully by the end of the week we'll have a deal settled and by june we'll be all done and moving in. originally i was concerned about moving to the barren northern reaches of west chester; but we spent some time in the neighborhood this weekend and i really don't feel too far away from anything. probably means we'll be switching churches, and i'll either need to make regular pilgrimages to bfm or find a new butcher's shop out there.

 

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Blogger B-Call Says:

do you realize that you're just a stones throw away from Tim and Gayle?
you should seriously understand this before you sign anything else.
my dad will have a gun and a HAM radio in your hands in a matter of weeks.
i fear for you.

 
 
Blogger Artie Says:

I'm so stoked for you amigo. Congrats! Just looked it up on the MLS, looks beautiful. Awesome.

 
 
Blogger Darren Says:

The place looks beautiful. I'm jealous of the huge corner bath tub. I hope everything works out.

 
 
Blogger Nickolini Says:

Nice place Justin. Have fun with Tim and Gayle. I don't know how they ever survived outside of Butler County.

 
 
Blogger Simon Says:

I don't know how they survive outside of Kentucky or W. Virginia!

 
 
Blogger B-Call Says:

BC is nothing more than an extension of KY and WV.
Welcome to hell Justin and Renee.

 

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