We crave instant gratification. We want it NOW!
As I write this post, my DH and I are waiting to see if we have received an offer we can accept on on our condo in Boston. We have an appointment with our realtor at 5 this evening, so we don't have much longer to squirm, but believe me, we've already been waiting for quite some time.
Some 30+ months ago, my DH said he wanted to figure out a way for him to retire early and for us to move back to the Midwest where most of our family lives. At the time, I didn't see how in the world we'd be able to accomplish that, but like a good little spousal unit, I didn't rain on his crazy parade.
Turns out, he wasn't so crazy. He's a pretty smart guy, so it shouldn't have surprised me that he'd come up with a workable plan. Little by little over the last 2 1/2 years, we've been taking the baby steps that have led us to this moment . . . of waiting.
Oh! and if you want to follow the progress of our Missouri house renovation (yet another bullet point in the DH's 2 1/2 year plan) be sure to follow me on Facebook. I've been sharing everything from my paint choices (which I like to call 50 Shades of Beige!) to cabinetry and would love your input because I'm sort of design-challenged.
Of course, my DH isn't the only one in my life with a plan.
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