So, the beginning of the last chapter of 'Life at Swamp River Ridge' has started. The credit union has officially begun the foreclosure process: I've received the "30-Day Letter" that details if they don't receive payment in full by April 30th, "the mortgage has been accelerated and foreclosure has begun". I could go into the if-my-ex-hadn't-walked-out-on-our-marriage deal, but that song is old and I'll skip it.
I've always been one to best deal with bad situations once I know the details. As in, give me the facts so I can proceed. So, as it pertains to that, I'm glad the tenuous steps of trying to sell on my own followed by seeing if a Deed in Lieu would work are over. Onward and upward.
I've also realized that trying to divide my time between here and the little cabin just outside of town . . . and getting it all set up to be my second home . . . were really stressing me out. And, right now? I don't need any more stress. Couple that with the knowledge that my time at Swamp River Ridge is limited, and I've made the decision to be here again, full-time. And that feels absolutely right. Whew!
Don't know how clear this post is to understand. I'm still asleep. But, I know y'all are wondering how things are going and what the status is.
With that, I'll leave you with this picture taken early Saturday morning (the 31st).
March's final hurrah and the last snow of the year (I'm guessing). Beautiful, huh? And that's no April Fool's joke! :)