Friday, 22 February 2013

That Was The Week That Was

Phew.
We're back home.
We're back home after an action-packed four days.
There was a motorway or two.
There was time spent with cousins.
And I even appeared in one family group.
There were houses that weren't right for us.
There were houses that weren't on the market, but looked as though they could be right for us.
There were houses that we leafleted, requesting they call us if they think of selling in the next month or two.
There was time for a spot of through-the-car-window-at-dusk photography.
Now we are home, there's time for a house viewing, dog walking, a family swim session or two, holiday homework and out-of-normal-hours work for The Brainy One.

9 comments:

Beverly said...

I love the 2 group shots (and that you made your way into one!) Love the house in the pic :)

Alison said...

Sounds like a mix of frustration and fun!
Alison xx

Kirsty.a said...

You'll find the right house. Just need to keep looking

Rhona said...

Glad you're home safely. Sounds like you had a busy week. House hunting isn't something I particularly enjoy but a necessity to find what you do like. Hopefully you'll find something soon. x

Ladkyis said...

Your new home is waiting for the right moment to show itself. You'll see! and as is said in the Best, Exotic, Marigold Hotel, "It will all be alright in the end and if it is not alright it is not yet the end."

debs14 said...

Let's hope your leafleting leads to someone deciding that the time is right to move!
Pleased to hear you had a great half term.

alexa said...

That's a lovely photo of you ... and the resemblance between those two men at the top is striking! Lovely house - crossing fingers for you.

Missus Wookie said...

Sounds like a productive week - hope the house hunting works our soon. That last building is fascinating.

Sian said...

Looks like happy times :)

I like the leaflet plan - fingers crossed!

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