Jan 21 2004
So tonight is my Business Law class.Â Since last week’s was cancelled, this will be the first time that I’ll be in the class and get a chance to see if I’ll actually keep it or not.Â I’m hoping that it’s good. . . I’m hoping I don’t have to drop the damn thing, which I really don’t want to do.Â But I will if I have to.Â I’m not going to suffer through a crappy class that is late at night.
Last night Michael came over to hang out.Â We ended up going to eat at Red Lobster, since The Man hates fish/seafood so I only really go there with friends.Â Food was good, except I couldn’t even eat half of my entree because by the time it arrived I had already filled up on appetizers and cheese biscuits.Â That seems to be par for the course for my experiences at Red Lobster.Â After dinner, we went back to my place and sat around watching the Queer Eye holiday special, South Park, and part of the Daily Show.Â He took off at about 11 and I was in bed by 11:30.Â Didn’t drink too much because I was already tired.
There’s something that I’ve been not writing about because I really didn’t want to go through the whole thing again, but I guess now it’s pretty much a done deal:Â it looks like we actually are going to get the house.Â After about two or three weeks of the sellers not returning Iris’s calls, their agent called her out of the blue and asked if we were still interested.Â They wanted to take our last offer.Â So, we did another purchase agreement, they signed it, and on Monday we went in to do the loan paperwork with Iris’s son (who doesn’t have a clever moniker because I’ve only seen him like twice).Â Now we’re only waiting for underwriter approval on the loan before we can set a closing date.Â We don’t anticipate any further issues, and Iris’s son said that we could close as early as next week.
And I just realized that no one’s ever really seen a picture of George (aka The House of Scary Aquatic Features), so here are the pics that are on the listing.Â They’re not very good, but hell, it’s a real estate listing, not a portrait.
And here’s the description on the realtor’s web site:
Unique country brick home nestled on 1 acre. Features 3 bedrooms, porch, deck and 9-1/2 ft ceilings in kitchen, dining room and living room. Many updated including neutral decor, new furnace ’03, bedroom carpets. 33×30 garage/workshop with woodburner. All this and much more, a must see!!
It’s a must see!!Â It’s nestled, even!Â Realtor descriptions are so funny.Â Anyway, when we move in I’ll try to get some better pictures, but since I don’t have a digital camera, it might be awhile.