Eastern Utah
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Saturday, January 21, 2023

Time Marches On ---

--- and I'm keeping up with it, if just barely.  I regret that I sold my mobile home.   At least I met people when I walked Rocky, and most were friendly so I had a lot more human contact. 

Ever since I've moved away from the mobile home I keep watch online for what is on sale and details of the homes.  A few months ago there was a house for sale by owner with a relatively low asking price, that I had been following for several months.  After sitting on the market for a while, it was advertised by a real estate agent at a much higher asking price.  It sold in less than a week (for the higher price!).  I could have kicked myself for letting it go.  I could have paid cash for the house!  The monthly cost of site rentals has gone way up, but I still could have comfortably afforded it.  There's an old saying:  "He who hesitates, is lost!", and I sure lost out on a good thing.




  1. I'm sorry to hear that. It's amazing that a realtor can ask more money and people will buy the house.

  2. I wish it had worked out for you. Keep looking and you'll find a place for you and Rocky.

  3. A house is a lot of work and the older we get the less we are capable of doing. Try finding a group you can be with a few times a week that would be good for you to be with others. Talk to your daughter about finding a group would help you out. All the best Gypsy!