Yes….at long last, I’m back to blogging. There hasn’t been a lot to report and I’ve lacked inspiration lately but sometimes there’s a flurry of news and I get back to the blog.
This morning I wrote about my dad and the strong possibility that he has some form of dementia. (http://wp.me/p35SYm-xO).
The other big thing in my life at the moment is moving home. When dad went into care last November we had to put the house on the market and downsize. The first estate agent we used was a bit too laid back for my liking and so we changed agent and within a week we had a buyer.
We got all the legal stuff rolling and then also found a bargain house that we both loved. I started packing boxes. Life was looking positive.
Lat week we got a call to say that the person buying our buyer’s house had dropped out. We were devastated. We had already paid for a survey and searches – money we really could have done with for day to day living. Now we are back to showing people round and either hoping for a new buyer or hoping that our existing buyer can sell his quickly now that his is back on the market too.
Why don’t we do it like Scotland? It would save so much heartache for everyone concerned. People would think very seriously before making an offer if it were legally binding.
We have a viewing on Friday. They haven’t sold their house yet. Not very hopeful on that one as the one thing I have learned over that last few years is that you don’t view houses before yours is sold.
It all ends in tears.
Lovely to see you back blogging Lynda, hopefully things will come together and get sorted soon. I’m currently in the middle of downsizing too – Need to get somewhere without so many stairs (3rd floor and no lift) so I can fully empathise.
Wishing you well