I confess we have been seriously looking for a new place to live. I thought we'd have found a place by now. I thought I'd have something to share with you all. But alas that has not happened. Either the home is too expensive, too old, needs too much work, too steep a lot, or it's in North Carolina which isn't favorable for us tax wise. Not to mention all the houses we've looked at have been one's I've found. What do real estate agents do these days? Why can't they find us a place. They are all so busy with their meetings and appointments which have nothing to do with real estate.
We even bought a few power ball tickets thinking if we had a little more money we could find a place we really liked. I feel guilty even telling you all this because there are so many folks who don't have homes and have no prospect of having one. Woe is me.
Tomorrow we're moving to a state park where we won't have internet or phone access at our camp so that will limit my looking for a new home. I've stocked up on a few novels to read but since I am a fast reader I may run out of books. I feel like I am spinning my wheels and getting no where fast. Then there is more rain predicted and driving in it is very stressful when you aren't familiar with the road.
We plan on going to New Hampshire but didn't want to drive the motorhome up there due to the fuel costs and the risk driving in more traffic and getting into an accident. And there are the cats, what to do with them. Two of them are so old I hate to board them, not sure they would do well at all being caged up. Maybe we could rent a place but who wants to rent to someone with three cats. Well anyway this was just a short note to let you know what's happening behind the scenes. Blah, blah, blah. You can substitute an 'itch' after the b.
Oh Gary just opened up a package of paper towels full of quotes:
A good laugh is the sunshine in a home.
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.
There's a whole lot to be thankful for if you take the time to look.
No two gardens are the same.
No two days are the same in one garden.
The flowers of all tomorrows are the seeds of today.
At a moment's notice, it's gone from crabby confessions to a happy paper towel day. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.