Saturday, April 26, 2008

A quickie

I'm sorry guys, I'm not really MIA. It has just been a zoo around here, literally and figuratively. It has been a wonderful couple of days, the sale has gone great, my house is all cleaned out of junk, things that didn't sell (and there weren't many) are neatly boxed and sitting on the curb, waiting for the true bargain hunters, or the garbage pickup on Monday morning. We made quite a lot of cash, and the most important thing - I'm rid of all of it! Hallelujah!

I'll write more tomorrow, I'm so very, very tired. :)

10 comments:

fiwa said...

EXCELLENT! That is terrific news. Aren't you glad you have all of that behind you now?

Enjoy your rest.
lovins,
fiwa

Smocha said...

Woo hoo!!!
Don't you feel all fresh and new?

I'm AMAZED at how fast you guys pulled it together.

You are the man! lol

Really, I'm astounded.
It took me months to do it...

I took a whole truck load of leftovers to the cat thrift store.

I'm sooo glad all that clutter is GONE!

High 5 sistah!!!

Hope you get to rest tomorrow.

Brad said...

Congrats Sis - glad things went well

Amanda said...

That's just wonderful!

Summer said...

Now, come help me with mine.

Hahahaha!

SOUL: said...

yippeeeeeeee--- now you have some dough to come to soulland no?
:))
just kiddin.. i'm glad it was a hit-- and really, record time-- why can't your nascar boy move that fast? maybe you and trav outta drive for him !
bwhahahahaha
sorry-- couldn't resist
oxox

Foster Communications said...

Yay! Sounds like a worthwhile effort! It's nice to have a cleaned out house and a pocketful of cash!

Mary said...

Congrats on a successful sale. Now if I could only . . . .

Tony took the trophy for the Nationwide race yesterday. (As if you didn't know) He and "Front Row Joe" share the front row for today's race. I wouldn't miss it but sure don't want to attend. Once was enough for me to be part of the "Alabama Mardi Gras" as folks here call Talladegah week. Now that's for the party-hardy folks.

Josie Two Shoes said...

Aweseome! I'm so glad it went well. Bet you feel 100 pounds lighter with all that stuff gone. John and I are both facing the same task shortly. You inspire me! Praying that your great job comes thru, I know you will enjoy living in the big city. I can't wait to be in Odessa full time. Love You!

bonnie said...

You have the BEST attitude! Keep smiling. Keep cleaning. You are a survivor.