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Prayers Answered!

Today, word came that our Jackson home has sold! What a blessing! It's been a long haul...but the process has begun - woo who!

This comes at an exceptional time, too. After having only two weeks to redesign the entire WUSATV9.com website and relaunch it, spending two all-nighters and other countless hours getting it ready, and taking the last couple of weeks for a shakedown - this is a great way to "settle back down to earth."

Thursday at 12:30pm is home inspection, so pray for a great report, as this is the last "hurdle" for the sell. We'll then begin officially looking for something up here AND be able to put in a contract on it.

It's refreshing to know that the change is approaching...whether we moved or not, the sell of the home was going to proceed. I had a peace that everything would work out...but that it would be a tough year...along year...I just didn't know it'd be a year before we'd be able to relocate.

Kim and Georgia were already coming up here for Memorial Day weekend...but that may be sooner now...and a longer stay.

Also, I've also uploaded some new pics of our pookey. I have to get her an agent...Gerber, here we come!

The Adventure Continues...

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