Except they’re out of stock, so there’s that.
*My husband is working on his PhD, and just passed a big test which allows him to go on with the program. Which means we’ll be staying in Columbus for at least 3 more years. I’m really not happy with our neighbor situation right now.While I like the people we share walls with, there are 5 yapping dogs there at any given time, and they smoke in their bedroom and basement which leaks into our place. Not to mention that they stay up till past 3am most nights. They are completely not compatible with our lifestyle.
After weeks of killing myself to find a nice single family house for us to live in for the rest of Rudy’s time, I finally gave up. We just can’t afford it. I know this may sound weird, but I got the sense that God was telling me, just be still. Stop worrying!
A week ago we found out that our neighbors move out June 1st! While it would still be nice to not share walls on both sides, this is what we can afford. It’s the right price in the right location, and the right size. Patience isn’t my strong suit. I’m tired of only being able to afford apartments. But it’s not forever. It may feel like we’re poor, poor, poor, but we can afford a really nice place. We can afford great food. We’ve got each other, a healthy baby, and love to spare. So I’m deciding to quit complaining and making our house a place I love to be. I’ll keep you updated for the ride.