Friday, February 7, 2014

Photo's done, first people viewing today.........

After a busy Thursday morning, the photographer came in along with Sarah and her assistant and they did their magic.  I did not hang about as I was stressed.  You wonder if you have done enough?  Is it clean enough?  Will it show well?  Sarah said we would be very pleased with the pictures.  I will share them with you all when I get them.  Sarah has clients viewing the property today, so that's a good start.

I went into town and sat in MacDonald's and had a coffee and a muffin and posted a couple of book reviews.  I also sat and people watched for a while.  It's always interesting to watch what other people do and say I think.  They have an employee working there who is mentally disabled, but what a good worker she is.  I was a bit thrown at first as I wondered who she was talking to.  She talks to herself all the time.  However that didn't matter as she worked so hard while I was there.

I also got talking to the lady at the next table and ended up giving her this book.  It turned out she had visited both Alaska and the Yukon and had very fond memories from there.  So the book was perfect.  Also turned out she lived in the subdivision that we are hoping to move into.  The community centre there has a library and so she was going to donate the book there when she had read it.

While I was in town I called in at the hairdressers for a trim.  While the hairdresser was cutting my hair I had a coughing attack.  I have them a few times a day.  She was saying this cough that is going around is being "named" the 100 day cough {{{SIGH}}}  I really don't want this cough hanging around for 100 days.























































11 comments:

Out My window said...

I am on day 72 of the cough I hope you don't have it. By the way I love the ceramic oranges.

Lena said...

What an exciting step in your life! Keeping fingers crossed for you that the process will be short and sweet.

Cathy said...

The 100 day cough visits Australia in the winter as well lol
Came to my house a few years ago - hasn't been back since so must have understood when I told it where to go !
3 months is a long time to be coughing Gill so see the GP some time and see what he/she says
Be good if you got an early buyer so fingers crossed for you!
Take care cathy

boopnut said...

I hope you don't have that cough for 100 days either! I have been to Alaska, but though I visited your other blog, I am nota steady reader. Good luck with your showings! I bet your house looks magnificent!
Deb

Jane and Chris said...

You can keep your cough, thank you.
Let's hope all your work pays off quickly,you'll be a nervous wreck otherwise.
Jane x

Rose said...

What a coincidence to meet someone from the subdivision you want to move to! You know, 100 day cough might be about right...I know someone who had it for about that long!

Rachel said...

I hope the cough goes away soon! Good luck on the home sale!

William Kendall said...

I hope all goes well for the house! And get rest when you can for that cough...

Sandi McBride said...

Try not to get too stressed...whiskey and honey for that cough...if you can't abide the honey the whiskey will do
Sandi

jull said...

I heard vapor rub on the bottom of your feet and then socks over it at night makes the coughing stop- haven't had a chance to try it yet but heard some people swear by it.

EG CameraGirl said...

Hope you get over that cought soon! Isn't it strange that you met someone at McDonald's that lived in the subdivision you want to move into?!