||[Feb. 12th, 2010|01:18 am]
Met with the inspector this morning, and everything looks good. There's a piece of drywall to patch in the kitchen, and we need to re-caulk the shower in the master bath. And that's about it, really. There are miscellaneous imperfections, but nothing significant.|
I'm trying with moderate success not to get super-excited until we're past all the major hurdles that might derail the process, and not to freak out about the entire thing. I'm not even thinking about the fact that we're actually going to have to move all our stuff. It's all proceeding very rapidly, and I'm kind of too busy with faxing and electronic forms and figuring out if all the money adds up to take it all in.
It's at 104th & Federal, roughly. More to come later...
Not quite yet, but getting close. :)
I think what amuses me most about looking at the satellite map there is just how much it feels like a demonstration by road planners of different forms of space-filling curves.
Ha! It does, doesn't it? We're close enough to the edges that we don't get an extra 10 minutes of driving just to get to a major artery. This was a not insignificant factor.
Since you can't see me, and I'm thousands of miles away, I'll squee for all of us! (That way you're not doing it, but it's being done.)
Yay you guys will all still be close! Even closer... actually... :)
When the big day finally comes, let me know, work permitting I'm down for helping you guys move if needed. :)
Thanks! We'll be recruiting lots of help, for sure.
Uh-oh. Chipotle alert!
(I love Google Maps)
There are a LOT of good places to eat at that intersection. It's a happy thing.
Congrats! I'm sure being able to have room to spread out a bit will be most wonderful for all of you. And if you need help to-ing and fro-ing stuff, I happily volunteer.
We will be soliciting a lot of volunteering. Ohmygodwehavsomuchstuff.