We'll only have to repeat this scene one more time before we have a place to call home. Next weekend will be the last time I'll say a silent prayer for his safety as he heads off into the night. We sign our closing papers on the 22nd and take possession on the 24th. Ten more days and this will be over and a new journey will begin. I want to start making the Obetz house our home. I can't wait to prepare dinner in that huge kitchen. I want to furniture shop, picking out a guest bedroom set, entertainment center and eating area Bistro table and chairs. We also have to purchase a new washer, even though the sellers plan to leave their set, there's a Laundromat in Columbus missing washer number 4 and I have it in the basement of my new house. I'm sure it'll do until we find the local Lowes or Home Depot, washing only our jeans and towels, maybe a few flannel or sweat shirts. I can't put anything delicate in if I want it to come out and not look like it was washed on a rock in Alum Creek. (check a map or Google it)
I fell asleep around midnight after I washed my family room blankets. Sleeping on the couch isn't doing my back or the couch any good. I hate sleeping alone in the bed. I could let Hershey sleep with me during the week, but it'll only make it more difficult for him to sleep in his own bed during the weekend. For now I continue to make my bed in the family room, until I'm no longer alone.