Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Brief update!

We've returned from North Carolina, and well, there's good news, bad news, and really good news:

First the good: we found a place during this second trip, made an offer, and it was accepted!

The bad news: I was ill most of the trip down, and am still sick, so I'll have to post more later. Plus, I'm missing the Lost season finale. Thank goodness for old-fashioned VCRs.

The really good news (since this is a knitting blog): The place we bought is walking distance to the town's yarn store. And by walking distance, I mean 5 minutes max! Coffeeboy and I agree that while this could be a good thing, it also might be very bad. :-)

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is most certainly a good thing. More yarn for Lazuli is always a good thing. :)

-- Coffeeboy

sgeddes said...

Sounds wonderful! Hope you are feeling better soon and I can't wait to hear about your new house.
Welcome to NC!

cathy said...

Congratulations on the house :)
I hope you feel better soon. Summer colds are the worst.

Julia said...

It's a great thing - you'll have a built in community of knitters! It will make the move easier.

Sheepish Annie said...

Oh to live within walking distance of a yarn store...I am so jealous!!!

Hope you're feeling better. Nothing worse than feeling sick while you're house hunting and moving! Get as much rest as you can...

schrodinger said...

So sorry you're sick, feel better soon. Congrats on finding a place though - that's great news!!

Chatty Ali said...

prepare for maximum stash increase! :)

Angel said...

Oh man- 5 minutes from the LYS! SO VISTING!!! (I was visiting anyway- but I cannot believe you are 5 minutes away- that would be so bad for my budget).
So what are the new digs like? And when can we expect you back in the land of NASCAR and sweet tea??

Diana said...

Coffeeboy is a keeper!!! He knows a happy knitter is a happy wife! Congrats on your new home!

Teri S. said...

Yay! You found a house! And it doesn't get much better than being within a quick walk to the yarn shop. Get well soon!

Lone Knitter said...

Oh! I'm so jealous. I want a house in western North Carolina. Congrats!