...anyone ever gets an old house sold and a new house bought without something in the middle falling apart. In order to close on our new house, the buyer of our old house must close on the house he's selling, get his financing sorted out to close on our house before we can close on the new house. This involves paperwork, home inspections, termite certifications, never-ending mortgage paperwork and on and on and on.
To this point, I have been running interference between the bank, our buyer and the people we are buying from. I have also been crazy busy at work (can we say 'Spring Testing'?) and have been trying to get my last two graduate classes finished up and take my comps. I finallly had enough on Friday and told Andrew he was going to have to deal with the bank. The never-ending stream of papers to sign and things to find and copy for the mortgage has done me in. He, of course, was perfectly willing to take the reigns which reminds me that I don't always have to do everything myself.
I crossed three things off my list today: I took my comps and ordered a kitchen table and a television console for the new bigscreen tv that Andrew is shopping for. The table is a Paula Deen and I absolutely love it!