That farm house already has a contract on it. It’s an offer contingent upon the sale of the offerer’s house.
Extremely disappointed. Might have to go curl up in a ball and cry somewhere.
The real estate agent said we could trump their offer if we could buy the house outright, but we’d also need to make an offer contingent upon the sale of our house and…yeah. Unless the contract currently on it falls through and some kind of miracle happens re: the sale of our house, then it’s looking like moving to the beautiful land with the awesome barn is not happening.
This is depressing and frustrating.
I feel like we’re on the precipice of something big happening. Some kind of major positive change. But I don’t know what that will be or how it will come about. I do know that we can’t continue living here for too much longer. There’s just not enough space, the rooms are so small and there is no storage. I want to have a third child and already there’s no place for Ada to sleep. If we put a bed for her in Rosie’s room then the girls won’t have any space to play. Argh. Don’t want to think about it.
Once Tyler is hired on (in October, God willing) we will make enough money to get a bridge loan and be able to move and then sell our current house while vacant, which will be easier.
That means I need to plan this year’s garden for my yard here…hmm…it’s almost that time!
This afternoon Rosie and Ada went to a birthday party for Rosie’s friend down the street. Rosie was so very excited to go to a birthday party!
Rosie and the birthday girl, Hannah.
Pure excitement, with a hint of sugar high. Love it.
Chatting family members…
Rosie gave her friend a stick horse for her birthday.
Pretty birthday girl!
Eating of cake.
Playing in Hannah’s room…
Very cute baby! She was about six months younger than Ada.
Miss Rosie with icing all over her dress.
Saying goodbye and petting a stray cat, who has decided he lives there.
Ada playing outside in their yard, delaying going home.
Fingers crossed those pretend seeds grow with a little watering!