Thursday, June 29, 2006

Decisions, decisions

I had been thinking more and more about my workroom in the front of the house with that full wall of windows looking out to the porch and am having second thoughts. Once I get a Murphey bed on one wall that only leaves me part of another for my dream workspace of a long counter with drawers and shelves both under and over it. So, I've almost made up my mind to relocate my workroom to the second bedroom. Not only is it about the same size as the front room, and it does have a nice big window that over looks the bike path, but I would have 2 full walls with which to work even after the Murphey bed. This has the added bonuses of 1) getting some privacy for company and for us (the work room would seperate our bedroom from the guest room) and 2) I wouldn't have to keep every thing all picked up as I could just close the door if we have visitors.I took an Ambien to sleep last night...I've been waking in the middle of the night worrying about how we are going to handle this mess if this house does not sell. Yesterday, I got my TSA update and felt better. We do have a realtor coming Fri. to check out the house for an out of town buyer and the virtual tour has gotten lost of hits by brokers all over the area. Good wishes are appreciated!

9 comments:

mae said...

Jules-It must be scary owning one house with a contract on a second house that is under construction. Your house will sell, there is a buyer for every house, so my son says. He had his real estate license and worked for a large firm here before he quit to go back to school. It just takes....patience, so he says. With that said, if I were in your shoes, I would be crazy with worry too. Keep the faith!

Mae
: )

RobinFL said...

Morning Jules. I am hearing ya on sleepless nights. My brain is racing too. I completely dislike this transition time...& waiting for this perfect buyer. It sorta steals some of the joy of building a new house, wouldn't you say? We had a showing yesterday, but no offer. (sigh). Maybe today is the day for us? Well, there is always tomorrow...and the next day. lol.
hugs,
Robin

Shar said...

Yikes, Jules. I had enough worry when my house was being built without having to worry about selling first. (I was still an apartment dweller at the time.) Sending hurry up and sell vibes your way!!! It'll all work out, try not to worry too much. Hugs.

Eljay said...

I never have trouble sleeping. I go to bed about 11:30 get up to go to the bathroom and before you know it the clock goes off at 5:30.
That house will sell, your nephew wull do great.
Positive vibes coming your way!

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Gail said...

Hang in there Jules. The house will sell. Just a matter of time. As for the room, I like your idea for using the 2nd bedroom. I think you should make it primarily your scraproom and *maybe* let a guest borrow it now and then. How much time do you spend scrapping compared to how much time you have company. Plus, though you want natural light, too much daylight will cause things like cardstock to fade. Keep that in mind when you are thinking about how to arrange the room. You don't want direct sunlight on anything that can fade.
Gail

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