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August 20, 2009


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I hope everything works out fine with the house! My fingers are crossed for you :)


First off congrat's on the new home! Many years of happiness there!

Owning a home is a crash course in...owning a home! LOL - we went back and forth many times with the seller because of repairs and other issues and even at the eleventh hour we almost pulled out of the deal because we could not come to an agreement on certain things. Eventually it all worked out and we bought the house and have been living here 9 years. There are always repairs to be done even in a new home so don't be surprised or dismayed by that. In the end, just keep reminding yourself that its your home and its much better than renting and throwing money away when it's not even your own home. I'm happy here even though it's an old house and needs work.

Enjoy and don't get discouraged!


That lasagna looks delicious! I love lasagna, such a heart meal and always provides wonderful leftovers. Sorry no tips on home owning...good luck!

Rosey Rebecca

Oh wow, that looks so good!! :-) Have a great weekend!!

Michelle @ A Shade of Gray

Lasagna looks great!

With our current home (we've been in it for 6 years today!), we lost it to another buyer and then they backed out and we got it! It was meant to be. Hang in there. I know it is hard to but everything will work out the way it's meant to :-)

Have a great weekend!


looks so yummy and healthy!
how much is your food budget set at each month?

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