The SRs were so busy in fact I was told I didn't need an escort. Of course this may change next week but I have my permission papers for the day.
|She has her other eyelash!|
Side note- I was so concerned about my laundry room door swinging in versus my preferred out, that I just had to check to see how "closed in" I would feel if I had to partially close the door to fold clothes on the counter. With the door at a 45 degree angle, the space does not feel tight at all. I can actually use all of the counter (reaching over a little of course) comfortably without any trouble. In addition, the vinyl floor we choose for the laundry looks so much like ceramic tile, I don't think I will replace it right away.
Funny Story: As I was looking at my secondary bedrooms, I heard someone call out "Hello" from downstairs. I didn't respond as I figured it was someone touring the home and I didn't want to scare them. I attempted to slip out but the small group came around the corner just as I hit the bottom step.
"Oh," a well dressed woman said, "Someone else is looking at this house too" I smiled and said "Actually, this is my home" I think I gave her quite a shock as she had the designer hand bag, coat and heels and here I was in my traditional weekend attire: a hoodie, sweatpants and sneakers. But boy did it feel good to say "My home." Which reminds me: I noticed several Ryan Homes posters with an orange "SOLD" sign in the windows. I am curious as to why they would do this. My lot sign with "sold" plastered on it is still out front (or is it?).