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Kristine N
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And then we moved!
Oh baby it has been a busy three months!

Yup, we sold our house! We closed on the new house July 17 (two days late) after some bank shenanigans with our buyers mortgage company. Lesson learned: social media can be very powerful! Wells Fargo can pretty much...

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Update to "Neighbors - you can't live with them and you can't make them move. A three part series in why I wish we could move to the middle of nowhere so I didn't have to navigate difficult social interactions with other adults. Part 3." So technically I guess this is Part 4.
Less of an update and more of Part 4 in a 3 part series. Or maybe just another excuse for a really long title. So no, I can't make my neighbors move. But it turns out I CAN! Or actually WE can! If you read the update I wrote on Part 3 you will know that my ...

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Neighbors - you can't live with them and you can't make them move. A three part series in why I wish we could move to the middle of nowhere so I didn't have to nagivate difficult social interactions with other adults. Part 3
You had to know this post was coming right? I mean I can't write
about neighbors without including The Other Family (hereafter known as
TOF).  If you haven't figured it out, TOF is the family
from last fall. If you don't know what I'm talking about you c...

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Neighbors - you can't live with them and you can't make them move. A three part series in why I wish we could move to the middle of nowhere so I didn't have to nagivate difficult social interactions with other adults. Part 2.
I love the neighbors on one side of us. They are a very nice family. Their kids are adorable. They are kind. And tolerant. And quite honestly, since I don't think living next to us is the easiest thing to do, they get extra props in my book just for putting...

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Neighbors - you can't live with them and you can't make them move. A three part series in why I wish we could move to the middle of nowhere so I didn't have to nagivate difficult social interactions with other adults. Part 1.
I hesitate to say this out loud, but I think it may finally be spring. The windows are open, the birds are singing, the cats are happy alternating between sleeping in front of the open windows and chattering at the birds. The basketball hoop is set up in th...
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