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Look on the brightside, if you live in the ugliest house on the street, you don't have a view of the ugliest house on the street!

Good luck on the interview, I hope it goes well and that the job and the people are what you are looking for. You are a job-hunting, job-landing dynamo!


So you buy an abundance of a fantastic color of paint, and you beautify the outside of that house! It'll make it more 'you,' right? :)

I'm sorry the neighborhood isn't what you desired. Please just look to the good things. You'll have a place.You've got a dear husband to struggle through this with. Yes it'll be near the in-laws..but just draw those lines and solidify your boundaries and hopefully it'll work out for the best.

Yeah, I'm typically always optimistic. That makes some of my friends want to slap me. But it really is true what they say...
"The glass is half full,but there is a faucet nearby."

I'll check up on you again. Your blog is interesting and I thank you for checking out mine.


Lisa, I didn't think you were interested in renting. I'm sure there are homes in your price range that are available. Renting is not always a good option because you have nothing to show for it i.e. equity if you decide to move out. It's like renting a car...and in the end you have an option to buy but they don't subtract all the time you paid into it and you are still left with a used car. Also, I don't mean to be inlaw negative as I had the most wonderful mominlaw in the world. It's just hard to draw boundaries when you have been married for a while and never had boundaries before. My MIL dropped in anytime of the day or night and couldn't resist "taking care" of her "boy" even tho he had a perfectly good wife. Tread carefully in both areas sweetie.

Luv, GBoo

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