the world is filled with people that aren't very helpful. Let's say those people are our realtor and the loan man who allowed their poor job skills to leave a women and her five children homeless.
We were alone and afraid.
I would love to be able to convey to them the trials we went through but words seem inadequate.
I would also love to scream at them with a whole bunch of bad words without looking like a loony and make them beg for forgiveness.
Oh, well...time to move on.
Luckily, Hubby flew back on a white plane and recued us from this evil and found us a new home. So I introduce you to my new home that I'm actually able to live in right now.
It's a dream come true.
I love it!
I think it's way better than the other house in so many ways.
I want to express my gratitude to the Sehi family for all the wonderful help they have been to us...I think that a tattoo on my forehead is pretty much the only way I could show them how much I want to say THANK YOU...you're the best!


Katherine said...

OOOOOh! So pretty!! Very colonial looking. Is that a veranda over on the left? You know, things always work out for the best--and you deserve the best!

My thanks as well to the family who were so kind to my friend Wendy.

Marguerite said...

That sounds like a hair raising experience. Glad things all worked out for the best and you have a beautiful roof over your heads before your first Michigan winter.

wendy said...


Lisa said...

very pretty house! :)

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