- Aug 22, 2010
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- Northeast Texas
Don't let it bother you. You don't live there anymore. Direct your attention to your fabulous new home and farm. I sold the house I had for over 30 years and moved here. The man bought it for his wife, she had cancer and left him, but he still loved her. So he bought her a house so she would have somewhere to live. She died after a year and now he rents it out. Your old house is as much behind you as my old house is behind me. I'm now a Doublewide Diva in a much smaller home, but have 8 acres to play on and happier than I have ever been.So, the lady that bought my first house just listed it for rent on a FB community page that I'm a member of, for over $500 more than I had been paying for the mortgage when I owned it. I'm not sure how I should feel about that.
Ignore it and pretend I didn't see it?