The appraiser came to the house today. Things are moving along. Of course, we haven't even started to pack yet, but things continue to move along regardless. The good thing is that we sold most of our stuff. We still have our beds, clothes, books, some kitchen stuff, some toys, and some other piddly stuff. As far as furniture, we still have our dining room and living room furniture that came with the house. It is very nice stuff. We had thought that maybe the new owners would want to negotiate to keep that with the house, but they didn't. But, if we do get a house somewhere to come back to on furloughs (one of our options possibly), we will need it anyhow. Anyway, it really is time to start thinking about packing. :) Hard to know exactly how to pack though when you don't know where you are going, in what kind of place you will be living, and how you are going to get there. :) :) Again, we'll keep you posted on all of that.
In the meantime, here are the rest of the pictures that I couldn't get to upload yesterday...and a little preview of the pictures to come the rest of the week. Enjoy.
Sassy cat on her perch. And a great look at one of the great features of our house...I LOVE these great big old-fashioned windows all over the place. Oh well...guess I have about 2 more weeks to enjoy them.
Me and my boy, who is now 2 1/2 years old. Man, those 1/2 years come quickly. :)
Hadley with Sassy...this cat is amazing. She is so patient and gentle with our not-so-gentle-at-times kids. Look at the definition in my girl...she looks really tone doesn't she? And, by the way, if any of you want a great, sweet inside cat, looks like she might be up for grabs at the end of the month. We thought we might be able to take her with us when we left Longview, but it is looking like that might not be a wise and practical plan. So sad. But, anyone want a cat? You'll have to fill out an application and go through an interview process, but let me know if you are interested. :)
This was our last night in Saline. We walked down to the water and the kids wanted to get in. They are great little skinny-dippers. More Saline pictures to come this week.