The people we sold our old property to are making a lot of progress. All the siding is torn off the house (not that it looked particularly nice before, but, yikes!), the windows have all been removed, and it’s just waiting for the final tear-down. My husband said that the sewer line may even already be filled with cement.
This is supposed to stop the homeowner from having to pay the utility bill, but the powers that be, in that town, like to make things tough. We just now learned that the town’s new sewage treatment plant is going in directly behind our old property.
What’s neat is learning that my roses and lilies are being saved (moved to a new bed), and the extra lot will be put to good use by the owner, rather than the property sitting there, for years and years. Win win, all around.
That reminds me, I should plant some roses here.
As far as our new home, I was commenting today, again, that I love it, as well as our neighborhood. Change is sometimes scary, especially when giving up a perceived safety net. But this change is a blessing.