Cowart's Common Room
Selling our house

We had a very nice couple viewing our house this evening. We spent the entire day cleaning every nook and cranny. Believe me there is not a spot of dirt anywhere, and the house looked very beautiful all spruced up in it's finery.

I love this old house having walked in the door 24 years ago and fallen in love with it totally ( and I was only in the entrance hall).

I want someone to love it as I do. But even when young folk do appreciate it all the speil tells them that they should show an indifference. I need someone who will love it as I do and tell me that they do and will love it till the end of timeSad. Am I odd or somethingShocked

Posted at 20th Sep 2010 - 11:58PM   Posted by Silverhead   Selling our house Comments: 4

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Arosebyanyothername's Avatar No, you are not. It does happen that someone will love your house and tell you so. I have had it happen twice, but usually only when the sale is agreed.
We have someone who has fallen in love with the Moulin, here in France, and what's desperately to buy it but can't raise the money. Then my son, the owner, realised how much he loved it, and took it off the market!

Posted by: Arosebyanyothername on 21st Sep 2010 at 08:13AM

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CalicoKate's Avatar I agree Rosie, Silverhead ou are not mad at all. And someone will buy it and love it. really they will.

Posted by: CalicoKate on 21st Sep 2010 at 01:44PM

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Faith's Avatar Silverhead, in my limited experience, I think you will only sell when you are willing to let go. I feel for you, really I do, and I'm sure someone will love your house, but sometimes love grows doesnt it? Good luck with the sale anyway. Hugs! Selling is very stressful!

Posted by: Faith on 21st Sep 2010 at 03:45PM

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Pimsonthelawn's Avatar Today i have spent the entire afternoon putting furniture in the right place, tidying and cleaning an already immaculate bungalow, the bungalow i have loved all my life the one that my mum and dad build entirely by themselves fifty odd years ago the one that has been left unoccupied since my dad died two years ago, It is going up for sale and oh how i need someone who will love it.
Twenty four years is a life time, i do hope you find someone to love your house too. Yes it does matter no your not odd I feel just the same.

Posted by: Pimsonthelawn on 21st Sep 2010 at 10:51PM

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