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A Little Favor

Is it really Monday already?  I had a great weekend with just the right amount of stuff-to-do and doing nothing.  There was a lot of spinning, some knitting, hanging out with my two best friends from college, and an afternoon in Plymouth with Dale.  Good times but nothing really significant enough to blog about.  Instead I’m going to blog about something that’s weighing on my mind.

As you may recall, my father died a little over 2 years ago.  It took almost a whole year for me to be named executrix of his estate and when that did finally happen I started trying to sell his mobile home.  As you may have heard (insert sarcasm) the real estate market is in a bit of a downturn these days and this home remains unsold.  Sigh.

I was able to rent it for the past year and that helped a bit but now my tenant has moved to Florida and I’m stuck with rent payments, utility payments, insurance and other associated costs with owning a mobile home.  The money left in my father’s bank account is about gone so I really need this place to sell.  Now.  I wake up in the night worrying about what’s going to happen.

I have seen over and over again the power that you all have when you work together.  So I’m asking now.  Would you all think positive thoughts for the sale of this mobile home?  Thank you.  My family and I really really appreciate this.

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  1. sending out good selling thoughts your way –
    so often, as we move through our lives, we forget about what will happen when we cross over; all those “things” left behind that others must somehow cope with.
    May a fabulous renter or a fantastic buyer appear in your life this week.

  2. I will light a green candle for you right away! And send good thoughts your way!

    You know when we all pull together – magic happens!

  3. I feel so lucky now that my mother-in-law settled her estate before she passed. I’m so sorry you’re dealing with this right now. I’m sending “sold” thoughts your way!

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