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On my road alone, there are 6 homes for sale. It seems strange that most of our old neighbors have either passed on, or have moved. It’s not the same neighborhood anymore.
My dear friend Lucille, who lived next door is now in a nursing home. It’s sad to me. I love that lady so much, but her family decided to move her into the home, after she fell. Now when I see her, she doesn’t know me most of the time. Her home is up for sale now, and I have to admit that I’m worried about who may buy it and move in. It’s a small home on an acre or more of land, and yet the home is selling very cheap.
Another home across the road is for sale also, but it is a HUD home, and once again, I’m concerned who may buy it and move in. Over the last few years, it’s sad to say, but the people who have been moving into our small town are down right scary at times. Lots of “party people” too. I realize that nothing stays the same, but I miss the way the town was when we first moved in. Everyone knew one another and helped one another also. It was a great community and place to raise the kids. Now, I’m not so sure. It doesn’t help with peace of mind.
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Several months ago, we received some really great news from our niece. She was all grown up and ready for grad school and she called to inform us she would be moving to our area in Texas. We are very happy to know she would be so close since all of our extended family lived in other regions of the country. After flying into our Texas town, she found a rental home within a couple of days. I was her go-to for all the big questions about getting her home up and running since school preparation was taking over her life. It had been many years since I had set up utilities for our home, I got down to business and spent a lot of time online at http://www.texaselectricityproviders.com and was pleasantly surprised by all that I learned. All the set up went smoothly and I had the big stuff taken care of for her within two days. After all the business was out of the way, I threw together plans for a house warming party.
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My brother and his family are moving to the United States and he says that international moving has become easier, faster and with less hassle and worry than when they moved years ago, from the States, back to Europe. I remember my sister in law being so worried about her wonderful Dutch items and decorations, plus all the beautiful pieces she had gotten when they lived in Italy, and Germany, along with the presents my brother used to bring home from all over Europe while he was working. He is a Chief in the Air Force and will be retiring soon. He has lived all of his enlisted time, (years and years) in Europe, so they will have a lot to move back here.
My brother mentioned overseas moving to me. They specialize in moving things such as cars, antiques and large items. All of what his family have to move. They have two daughters who are both in collage now. One of my nieces is already in Ohio now, but the other niece is in school in Amsterdam. They have all the girl’s belongings to move also.
As far as my brother is concerned, he said he would gladly hire International Movers to pack, crate and ship their things to the USA, instead of having to do it all gradually over a long period of time. I myself, just can’t wait to see him and the family and be able to spend time with them. For that I am thankful for his decision to use these movers!
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My friend Amy lives in Texas and wants to move, so she is looking at Dallas homes for sale, since that is the area she would really like to live in. A lot has to do with finding a job. Where she is living right now, there are literally no jobs available that fit her line of work. Also she has family in that part of Texas and would like to move closer to them, now that her father is getting older. She also wants to see more of her nieces and nephews.
Amy has told me that looking for Dallas Real Estate isn’t as hard as she thought it would be, as she has been using a great service and they are helping her find exactly what she is looking for to suit her needs. She is tired of renting because she has three dogs she loves dearly and it’s hard to find a house or large apartment to rent that accepts animals, let alone three rowdy dogs. She also has been boarding her horse, and would like to find a house with some acreage large enough to have her horse with her on her own property.
I’ve also been online looking for Dallas homes for sale that I think she may like to look at, which actually I am the one that likes, but she appreciates the input. I think I may have some selfish reasons to though. I love going to visit her and wouldn’t mind living in that area one day either!
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I have a friend who is getting the heck out of Dodge, so to speak. She’s tired of the cold weather up here and after nearly half a year of looking at houses and pricing moving companies, she finally found the perfect house for she and her husband and is now moving to Virginia. I’m happy for her, but also sad that I won’t get to see her often, as I actually at this time and with the price of gas, afford to go visit.
Because of the move and the distance, not to mention once again the price of gas, she checked into Virginia moving companies, who dealt with long distance moves and they helped her to find a company here that would move her. She said the prices were far better than she had ever expected and since they couldn’t possibly find a whole lot of people with trucks who could help her move, this was the way to go.
Her son lives in Virgina, and he will be moving into my friend’s home up here, so he contacted Virgina movers also. So far so good with all the arrangements. It’s being done without a problem at a reasonable price, so that is pretty cool. I’ll still miss my dear friend though.
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