Friday, May 26, 2006

A Curve Ball...

This week has turned out to be a little stressful. We got an email on Wednesday morning saying we have to be out of our basement suite by July 1st. WOW! We were not expecting that. We have an appointment with the bank this afternoon to see if we can get pre-approved for a mortgage. I'm not optimistic (are we surprised though?!?!). We would really like to have our own place before the baby arrives but that just might not be possible. If it doesn't work out, we'll explore some other avenues. One of which might be having to rent again. And that's okay. It's not what I would prefer but it would be okay.

The next month is going to be interesting...

6 Comments:

Anonymous crystalkrueger said...

Oh, life - it does the strangest things doesn't it?! Praying that things will work out quickly and easily for you guys. See you in a few weeks to help pack! Relax and take it day by day, Sweetie!
Love you!!

12:54 PM  
Blogger Melissa said...

wow. good luck at the bank. and try not to stress too much either way - things will work out!!

have a great weekend!

1:25 PM  
Anonymous Melissa said...

Yikes! You could move to Michigan and buy a really nice 2300 sq.ft. house right down the street from my new one! ;)
Seriously, hope it all works out for you, dear!

8:30 PM  
Blogger Carmen said...

Good luck Heather!! Hey, you should remain optimistic! When we bought our first rancher, I was on maternity leave with Ethan and Marc was the only one with a real income. And our bank took a chance! We have never looked back!! It was the most scary and liberating experience to get that house!! Now we are contemplating building house #4!! Sending good good vibes your way!!

9:16 AM  
Blogger Heather said...

Prayers coming your way and hope that you can get preapproved. HUGS!! I'll all work out.

1:29 PM  
Blogger Marina said...

Heather, I totally missed reading your blog last week, and I hope all went well with the bank. Some times life does throw us a curve ball and those happen to be the best changes for us.

Everything will work out, one way or another, but sending you my thoughts, prayers and hugs, going through all of this while pregant isn't easy. I've been there and we ended up moving across the country. Scott left before Alexis was born and I came out with her when she was 10 days old.

4:38 PM  

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