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Apparently Taking A Break

Saturday, May 15, 2010

As some of you know we have been in the process of buying a new house. There have been some major hiccups with our mortgage company. Our original closing date was April 29th. We are now well into May and we have been living in a hotel for almost two weeks. Things are stressful and I haven't tracked food in weeks because of all this. We did get a hotel room that has a microwave and a fridge, but of course no stove. It's been very hard to eat right and exercise here. We have been eating out at least once every day and my choices have been reflecting my stressful and disappointed moods. We are just so frustrated and at our wits end right now. We will be in the hotel at least until Wed then the husband will go back to work for four days in Talkeetna and I'll be staying at my parents' house. When he comes back on Sunday we should be able to close that Monday or Tuesday. We are trying to get early occupancy since the mortgage company said that our funding is final, hoping that will make a difference, but probably not. The sellers have been very hesitant on granting early occupancy to us. Now we understand why.

Needless to say, I'm apparently taking a break from SP. I still sign in every day and collect my points. I read up on people's blogs, and I read the occasional article. I'm just not commenting on much and I'm not logging my food or what little exercise I get. Things will go back to normal once we go back to normal. Just trying to hang in there for now...
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    wow man, that sounds very stressful. dont let it get you down though. i'll be thinking about you and i hope things get straightened out soon, living in a hotel has to be driving u insane by this point. emoticon
    2865 days ago
    Hoping for a speedy closing. emoticon
    2865 days ago
    Good Luck!
    2866 days ago
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