February 10, 2006

Will Blog For Closing Costs

Yankee Wife and I have been house hunting off and on since we moved back to North Carolina last summer, and seem to be narrowing things down to the southern Wake County area, and a specific three-bedroom homeplan in a developing community where we had to stop for a doe and two fawns crossing the road tonight. Absolutely gorgeous.

But more important than those details, who wants wants to buy the house for me? A few hundred grand through that PayPal button on the right ought to do the trick. Baby needs that jetted tub upgrade...

All kidding aside, I would like to pick up some writing gigs to help finance this puppy, so if you hear anything, please pass 'em along.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at February 10, 2006 12:34 AM | TrackBack

If you saw those deer as cute now, wait until you move in and all the unseen hordes start eating everything green around your house.....

Then you will start thinking them as long-legged rats that you are not allowed to kill.


Posted by: This&That at February 10, 2006 10:50 AM

while I'm still reviewing neighborhood covenants, there are no restrictions that I can so against bowhunting, and baby... I'm strapped.

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at February 10, 2006 10:56 AM

Well, there you go. Not only have you found a new home for your family, but also a source of healthy meat.

God bless you and yours in your new home.


Posted by: chsw10605 at February 12, 2006 11:45 PM

Hello. I tried to post down below on a blog that you wrote back on September 26th about the shootings in New Windsor but it wouldn't let me so I figured I'd post on this one so you got my message. I just wanted to thank you for the prayers. Joanne O'Brien was my aunt as well as my godmother and I was very close to her - she was like my second mother. I was in the hospital with her from the day it happened until the minute she left us. Hearing about everyone who prayed for her and my family really helped us in that time of need. To everyone who prayed, I am truly greatful and my family appreciated it as well.

Thank you again,

Posted by: Courtney at March 1, 2006 07:18 PM