Wednesday, April 15, 2009

WW- Keep Your Fingers Crossed

We received yet another call for a private showing of our house. It is scheduled for tomorrow night and then we have another open house on Sunday. Wish us luck!

37 comments:

Mom24 said...

I was wondering how it was going. Fingers are crossed. I hope they love it and must buy it NOW. It looks adorable.

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Good luck! Fingers and toes are crossed!

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Burgh Baby said...

Fingers are crossed for you!

Kristen said...

Crossed!! Here's hoping to a sell THIS WEEK!!

Hugs to you friend!

riah said...

Good wishes sent your way! Hope it all works out, I've only gone through the buying process one time and that was hard enough, I can only imagine how much harder it must be to go through both processes.

Laura said...

wishing and hoping and praying this is the week!!!!

Tammy said...

Wishing you the best...hope it works out perfectly. :)

Emily said...

Good luck!!

Hattie said...

best wishes! i remember how stressful it is to sell a house. don't worry it will happen!

Cara said...

Crossing my finger! Good luck.
Cute house.

lime said...

best of luck. it looks like a beautiful house.

Domestic Goddess (In Training) said...

Good luck. Your house is adoreable. It should sell for sure!

Cassie said...

Good luck!!

Midwest Mom said...

I'm so superstitious. So, you bet! Fingers crossed! ;D

Tiffany @ Lattes And Life said...

Oh wow! What a cute (and HUGE house!).

Coming from a mama of almost three in a less than 700 square foot home.

I hope you sell it and all goes smoothly!!!

Krystyn said...

Good luck!

But, I love your house. It's so homey looking!

Mel said...

That's not a house girlfriend...that's a HOME. I've got everything crossed that can be...and I'll send up a few prayers too!

Kat said...

Aww. Thanks everyone. It is a pretty little home. It has served us well, and we love it. But it is time to move on. It is just getting too hard to cram us all into the 2 and a half bedrooms. But it certainly will be emotional leaving. However, waiting this long (almost 7 months now) to sell it has definitely helped me say my goodbyes already. ;)
Thanks again!

Dawn said...

Good luck! It's such a cute house. :)

Elaine A. said...

I was wondering about this just the other day... That is such a cute house, it should be easy to sell. Sending good thoughts...

Wendy said...

Good luck!!!

Maggie's Mind said...

Fingers crossed! Such a really cute house, too.

Robyn said...

Good luck.

Dani said...

Good luck!!! I was wondering if you guys sold your house or not?? Obviously not... I will definitely keep my fingers crossed!!!

Laski said...

Thinking positive thoughts! May the house gods hear your plea!

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

Good luck! It looks like a lovely home.

Amelia said...

Good luck! Is that your house? I love it!

Chris said...

What a beautiful home -- I'm hoping for good things!

Kelley said...

Your house is adorable. Too bad I'm not close enough to buy it. I can't figure out why someone hasn't jumped on it already.

By the way, I started on your bows tonight, and they are turning out very nicely. I'm sending a selection of different colors. After all, girls should be well decorated, right? :)

Nap Warden said...

Good luck indeed!

April said...

LOTS of luck to you guys!!!

Kelly said...

Good luck!! THat is the cutest house, they'd be crazy not to snatch it up!

Fire Hunt said...

Good luck!

MamaGeek @ Works For Us said...

I can't help but think of Annette Benning in American Beauty where she states

"I WILL SELL THIS HOUSE. TODAY."

Good luck Kat!!

imbeingheldhostage said...

OOOOOH, crossing everything!

tweetey30 said...

Good luck. Its a beautiful house. but I like my ranch style home..

just jamie said...

I LOVE your house. It's darling! (Good luck...but I know, you;re not talking about it right now). ;)

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