100 Words: Where Oh Where Is My New Home?

Two from Houston said yes to buying this house. She Googled me, found my blogs, including The Light Story and said it’s everything they’ve been looking for.

August first, me and two furries are out wandering, looking for a place to land.

A favorite would be a writer’s quiet spot (no bustling city apartment for me, people above-and-below), a safe place for 11 lb. Jackson dog to fly, cat to lord over. Cabin in the woods perhaps? Collect a couple other writers and land in a sprawling farm house full of light, peace, surrounded by animals and nature?

That could work!

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Terri Crosby

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    shiner

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    I believe strongly in your manifesting abilities and trust the right abode is cresting the horizon!

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      Terri Crosby

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      Thanks, Shiner!!! What a great visual! love, Terri

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    Shiner

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    PS I am affirming that this new home will be a few zip codes closer to Asheville!

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    Virginia A Boyle

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    I can only imagine how mixed this is for you. Whatever your next step is it can only be even better than it has been. Closer to Asheville would be nice for your friends. We’ll see what directions you go–a new adventure!!! You know we are behind you whatever the direction. Love, Va

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      Terri Crosby

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      Thank you, Va! It is most certainly a mixed bag to move. I’ll keep you posted about the direction and since I have four to choose from, well, who the heck knows! :–)

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    Lew

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    Good morning Terri, I sincerely wish that I would know about a beautiful place to tell you about. Have you checked the listings that on Marketplace rentals?? (Online). My best wishes as you move on? Lew

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      Terri Crosby

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      Lew, I’ve found a place to live. Breathing is easier now. :–). Thanks for your good thoughts and prayers. Much appreciated! love, Terri

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