Friday, September 4, 2009

Dang it...but remain positive

I didn't get the house. Feeling alittle discouraged. I really thought I had this one. I bid $10,000 more then the asking price. It would have been perfect. I guess it wasn't "ment to be".

Not going to let it ruin my weekend. Doesn't mean I won't shed a tear though.

On to the next one. I am going to widen my search. Maybe not out by my daughter. Maybe I should stay close to work. It would be along drive (30miles one way) but I love to listen to books, so it wouldn't be too bad. Dang it! I guess I will just keep searching.

I could really use that tax credit. It could solve alot of problems for me. I will press on!

16 comments:

  1. What! Why didnt they give it to you!?

    I have to believe though that youre on lucky woman, with all of your bad times lately, you must have one heck of a blessing on the way!

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  2. Dang it, "on" = "one" lol Sorry about the typo!

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  3. Well, shoot! The next one will be IT. And it'll be more perfect. We have to believe that everything happens for a reason.

    Thank you for leaving me such a nice uplifting comment. And after the news you got, it means even more.

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  4. God will put you in the house that is right for you. I'm hoping something better will come along for you soon and that you will realize all this waiting and hassle has been worth it. :)

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  5. Sorry you didn't get *the One* but maybe because you didn't get it it actually means a better one is out there for you.
    I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you!
    Funny that we're doing this at the same time, eh?
    Here's to finding the perfect home <3

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  6. I'm sorry Dana...I know it's hard, but keep trying - your perfect house is out there!

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  7. I'm with everyone else, I wonder if fate is at work--that you just have not come upon "the right" house yet.

    Passing you a tissue, as I know it hurts. Shed your tears, then enjoy your grandbabies and the 3-day weekend.

    You'll be in my thoughts and prayers.

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  8. Dear One - It's all a freaking bad dream.
    Don't let it get to you.
    Choose again.

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  9. I'm sorry you did not get the house, and obviously don't know your situation...but it is still such a buyer's market...and with that govt. money...I hope you find something you like.

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  10. Sorry you didnt get the house...but sometimes things arent meant to be...and it could be that something better is waiting for you!!
    keep your chin up, it will all work itself out and for the better..
    love,
    Irene

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  11. Sorry about the house, but your attitude is right on. On to the next one!

    Have a great weekend.

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  12. Sorry you didn't get the house but I agree with Hopefool, great attitude about it all. what is meant to be will happen, I know that perfect house will come along for you. Kind of makes me think back to when we bought this house, I guess I should have a little more lover for it, at the time it was the house for us. Thanks for reminding me to be grateful. *hugs*

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  13. I choose to believe that you didn't get that house because something more perfect is awaiting you. I know that the disappointment sucks, but your bravery in keeping after this dream is amazing and inspiring. You are one of the folks I look up to.

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  14. Its had to know what to as as, sometimes, I DONT wanna hear "there is a better more perfect xyz out there for you thats why this didnt work out!!"

    so I shall just hear you.
    meet you where you are right now.

    and pray that your frustration dissipates when the perfect domicile appears :)

    Miz.

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  15. Sorry you didn't get the house. There is a better one out there for you, just waiting for you to find it.

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  16. I'll bet there is a much better house out there, just waiting for you to find it. Keep your chinn up!

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