Friday, April 4, 2008

Another Day in Paradise

God keeps my life heck-of-interesting!

So, we LOVE this house in Tarpon Springs. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 car garage, built in 2002. It is beautiful inside and while it is 1/2 hour away from where we are now, we would make the sacrifices. The colors were our colors. It would fit a huge family if that is where we are headed. It seemed all too perfect, even the railroad tracks and chemical plant could be overlooked. Well, this morning, it's gone. Well, not gone, gone, but sold, sold. Sean and I had that familiar convo of how we were feeling led to this house. Do we hear God? Sometimes I'm not so sure.

I get home from school yesterday to find Dr. Paolillo's # on caller ID. Not a good sign. I learn that my PAP came back abnormal (again!) and that I will have to go in for a colposcopy (again). I had gone a year with normal ones. Thought maybe these issues had resolved themselves. Nope. I have been dealing with this since about 2000. It stinks! All I have to say is I will teach my children not to have sex before marriage or maybe never. Well, not never b/c I will want grandbabies. Can I just keep them shielded from the real world? Or tied up?

Speaking of children, we were watching Super Nanny the other night (Jo is the best!) and I don't have children, so I certainly don't know much about all this stuff, but the family was giving their 6 yo twins sippie cups still and wiping their bottoms for them after going #2. Ewww. That's too much for me.

Maybe Sean and I are being foolish about house searching. I mean, we had not even physically seen the house in Tarpon and we already were signing the mortgage papers. We need to be patient. Maybe we are supposed to finish our work at dad's first. Who knows. Well, God does. For the time being, the search continues.


Morgan said...

House hunting can definately be a roller coaster ride. I am excited for you guys though and know it will work out in the end for you. Keep your head up! :)

sbrewner said...

You are so right babe, we don't know what he has in store for us, so we need to keep our eyes and ears open for what he says. Time to just keep looking and we'll see.
love you

Hettie Brewner said...

I'll just try to think of it as a shopping spree. I get to try on lots and then I pick out the best fit for me (us). Hey, that was a pretty darn good analogy. I just came up with that all by myself. Me such a smart girl! :O)