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Well we are doing it! Just picking up and moving to a new town!

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now THAT sounds fun....and very adventurous!!

 

I'd LOVE to do something like this and have often thought about it. If it was just me, no problem -- I'm outta here...unfortunately, not so in my case.

 

How exciting for you both...Congratulations!!

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Oooh... how exciting Deb! And you new place looks fantastic! We are going to start looking for a house soon... but man real estate is WAY over-priced here now.. Hope your place sells quickly!

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Just gave my supervisor a heads up. shots.gif

 

He's pushing to give me a firm date well I can't do that. When the house sells then I'll give you a firm date! AAAH! We've done everything so ass backwards but whatever!! At least I'm giving them some time to prepare. wacko.gif

 

My real estate lady in Brockville has a line on 2 or 3 jobs for me! LOL! I'm forwarding her resume she'll put in a good word for me (I hooked up with this lady on line and spent all of 2 hours looking at houses with her!) Crazy stuff!

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Well we didn't really figure ourselves carpe-diem, you only live once kind of people but you know what?! I'm so freakin stoked for this right now!

 

It'll be harder for Chris, he has lots of close friends here, but I swear, there's probably 2 or 3 people I will really miss in this town, so I'm not that broken up about it really.

 

Bring it!!

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Brockville, is an awesome place from what I have heard. One of my best girlfriends is originally from there and is constantly raving on what a great place it was to grow up.

 

Congrats on the new house and fingers crossed that a new job will come up soon!

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Ok, so freakin get this, I told my boss today and he's going to help me find a job there! Holy crap, that's the last thing I expected!! LOL.

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