My Nest

This has been a hard week for me.  I am just so sad.  I don’t even know how many people we have told our story to this week.  It seems like a lot.

One client who came in, who has also been through eminent domain on the business side, told me I am loosing my “nest”.  He lost in his process to develop a property.  He had also been through a divorce and the counselor told him he would never get the home because it was “her nest”.  The nest is where Mother’s bring their babies home, he said.

Wow, that was like a light bulb for me.  I went home and cried.  I am loosing my nest.  That is why I am so upset and my husband is not.  He is mad and done.  I am sad and holding on.

I am trying to reach out and contact other homeowners who have lost their homes.  I have a number of messages into families and individuals who have been forced to move. I need the emotional support of someone who has gone through this.  I need to hear what they felt.

Funny, we got an email from the county last Friday with more comparables for sale.  Still not in our area, but closer than the first five.  What a joke.  What a game.  The email also inquired as to when we planned to vacate and if we had contacted moving companies yet.  Really?  Are you kidding me?  Do they really think we don’t understand?

Athough, I have thought of having the four of us standing out on the front stoop on November 15th with Nerf guns…

No, we will be gone.  I do believe in Karma.  Everything comes around goes around.  I haven’t even began with the background and the past eight years…

I appreciate all of the empathy we have been receiving.  The phone calls, the emails, the face book messages.  I really do feel it.  Thank you.