My daughter and son-in-law live in Denver. I wonder how far that is from NM. I really love your views. Actually we are giving thought to moving to Denver in a few years or whenever we get a grandchild.
But with the economy, our house nowhere near being ready to sell, and our empty lake it will be a while before we can even think about that. Our house backs up to a small lake. Over time we've had a lot of silt wash in from the highway and then some beavers put holes in the earth dam. So we had to drain the lake, throw out the smelly dead fish, and dredge out our end that had all the silt. It cost the neighborhood $40,000 to fix it. The whole neighborhood paid for fixing it but the people like us who are actually on the lake had to pay double that. All of that to say I don't think we could get anything near what the house is worth with just a swamp in the backyard. It's going to take a lot of rain to fill it back up. But if we have a typical Alabama winter, there will be plenty of rain. Well, I think I am rambling.
I think I was in my 40's when I started menopause. And the worst thing for me was the hot flashes and crying. Thank goodness I never had night sweats. They must be awful. If you want to know what my doctor has given me over the years, let me know.
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