In Limbo Land

It’s an unusual place to be. In the market for a new home in another state, but, our present home has to sell first.

No doubt some of the neighbors were shocked, when the for sale sign appeared on the front lawn. Most of the neighbors are personable, with a couple that are difficult at times.

That’s the same in every neighborhood. Keeping the house spiffy for potential buyers is a challenge. At least when realtors bring visitors, we have a place to hang out in the interim.

Max the dog enjoys visiting the lady across the street and her dog Noah.. He sits at the end of the neighbor’s driveway, watching realtors and clients entering and leaving our house.  He probably wonders why strangers are in his house.

Author: warturoadam77p

70 year old married retired communications worker with three grown children, transplanted from the Midwest to the sunny Gulf Coast.

One thought on “In Limbo Land”

  1. Good luck selling your house! We have just put ours back on the market for the third year, and MUST sell it this year! We take it off when we leave for the winter. Alaska is not a very “booming market.”

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