4 years, 2 months.
In theory, two weeks from now we should already be sleeping in our new home; as the closing date is January 29th.
So obviously, our family is very excited about our upcoming move…
However, at the same time, I’m equally nervous about it. Because I’m not kidding myself on the potential logistical problems that can and may easily occur before or on our closing date.
Mommy and I are both taking off from work the day after our closing date to facilitate the move; for me, one of my assignments is to be there for the guy to install our Internet and also for another guy to move in the refrigerator.
And I’m anxious about the “final walk-through,” worried it won’t happen this week as it’s supposed to, and worried that for the things we do find that need to be fixed, that they won’t be fixed in time to move in on time.
From there, I fear that we will have to choose sacrificing moving in the day we are supposed to… over having some small issues taken care of, like some of the doors not closing as smoothly and the front porch light already having a crack in it.
Well, I guess we’ll find out pretty soon how that part of the story works out.
As for now, I’ll spotlight some of the finishing touches we noticed on our visit yesterday, after seeing Paddington.
They put in grass, shrubbery, and trees for our yard; they finished the construction of our fence, and they stained our shutters for us.
It’s pretty cool to be able to look out the windows of the back of the house and see ourbackyard.
Our backyard. We’re going to have a backyard. That is definitely a new concept; as constrasted to the townhouse we’ve lived in all these years.
We’re almost there. I’m really looking forward to us already being moved in though.
That’s why this whole thing doesn’t end once we do move; there will surely be much more to the story.