And by that I mean absolutely positively unimaginably insane to the nth degree. And then some.
|Popcorn sales for Scouts. As treasurer,|
I've had my hands full.
|Daniel and I helped unload a tractor trailer full of Christmas|
trees. We'll be spending every spare moment at the Scout
tree lot until the last tree is sold.
|Sarah celebrated her 14th birthday - and had|
basketball games on the same day. The 3 oldest
are all playing now - so life revolves around
basketball AND Scouts.
|The Dude and I celebrated our 2 year anniversary.|
Still trying to wrap my head around that one.
I sat down during my break this morning at work and paid bills - and officially paid off the last of my debt. All of my old debts from my previous lives, all of our medical bills, all of my credit card bills, the van - those payments are all gone. GONE.
I am literally debt-free..... until.....
The biggest thing of all right now.... is the house situation. I haven't really said a whole lot about it since I posted those pictures - but I'll fill you in now.
I officially made an offer on it last week. The seller countered, I countered his counter, he countered my counter of his counter....and it went on for several days like that. He was being obstinate and pretty much refused to budge on anything. We finally reached an agreement and I did all of the loan paperwork on Monday. The inspection is scheduled for December 9, so as long as everything goes well and there isn't anything major wrong with it, I'll close on January 25.
Here's the catch. The seller - is stubborn. He doesn't want to do anything to the house. He doesn't want to allow room in the price for repairs. He just wants to get rid of it. So, if there's something wrong with it, we'll either have to fix it ourselves or give up on the house. I am trying desperately not to get my hopes up because I know that it'll just take one big bad thing on the inspection to lose this. I have the day of the inspection off from work, and I plan to follow the inspector around so that I can see first-hand what needs to be done - and then I can make a decision as to whether or not it's something that we're willing to do.
Needless to say, I'm an anxious nervous wreck right now. And I couldn't be happier about it.