I denied a showing at my house just now. First time to do it. Some might say if I have time to blog then I have time to clean. Those people probably stopped reading this here blog a while back though.
Last night I had the kids in the car for over an hour and since we have to bring Max during every showing, (dog for sale-$1) doing that two nights in a row was just too much. I apologized to the woman from the showing agency and she was all, "It's fine. It's not me that is affected!" Then I thought, well, that's true. Okay then. I stand by my decision.
To be honest I'm not thoroughly enjoying the selling the house process. I'm trying to be positive. To believe that someone will buy it soon and we will be amazed at how smoothly it all goes. I'm trying to keep the faith like I told Joy to. Maybe denying a showing is my way of controlling a situation that is so far far out of my control.
K thanks for the counseling session y'all. You're the BEST.
I want you to meet a new friend of ours. His name is dog.
Dog does what any good pet does: plays whatever you're playing.
You still there, dog? You coming?
Yep he is. There's a string attached to his neck. He has no choice.
He plays house
He plays "Keep Out," Joy's new made-up game where she slams the door to the playhouse.
He even plays with the sandbox
He's a loyal dog that's for sure
She'll love you forever, dog.
Dog can be purchased at your neighborhood Target by the way. For a Christmas present or maybe purchased with the intent of giving it as a Christmas present but in our case it ended up being a teething present instead.
Santa approved the transaction.