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  1. toniroth says:

    i love all your posts – but agree Valor aka SuperValor is one of the cuter posts. 🙂 Praying the house situation goes through!!

  2. Ashley says:

    He’s precious! I just love those little chunky legs! I’ll be praying for your home situation. My mom had the exact same thing happen to her when she was renting her last house. It’s unsettling, but hopefully this gives you the opportunity to find a place you really want to live in.

  3. Kelli says:

    Wow!! I can’t believe that your rental is in foreclosure! Thats crazy! Good luck w.the house. I can’t believe how precious Valor is! What a blessing children are.

    Happy Father’s Day!

    xo
    -K

  4. Angela says:

    Good luck with the house but remember to NOT fall in love until after the paperwork is signed. If it’s not this house, there’s a better opportunity somewhere else, great deals are still out there, even in your new community. Also, personally I LOVE hearing the details of “boring” issues like real estate. 😉

    As a side note, I got grey hairs in college, so I was surprised to hear you just recently found one of your own! And nothing beats that great video, thanks for sharing!!

  5. Tonya says:

    I like the new “tentative” house you’re looking at. Glad your parents got to drive up and see you all as well–I’m assuming for your birthday. Valor is as precious as ever. Don’t worry about the gray hair–growing older, growing wiser.

  6. Ashley M. says:

    My ‘grays’ are coming in snow white. I’m ultimately hoping for the white hair to develop into full-blown chunky streaks (a la X-Men’s Rogue.)
    Love the ‘SuperValor’ video, too 😀

  7. Stephanie says:

    Go SuperValor! 😀 That video put such a huge smile on my face. I needed that, thanks. 🙂

  8. Paige says:

    It may be too late, but I wanted to share this with you anyway. I’m a stay at home mom currently, but was practicing law in NC. I’ve done a few foreclosure hearings, so I can give you some pointers on that. First of all, you can attend the hearing because they are open to the public. Since you don’t have an ownership interest in the house, you have no standing in the hearing, but you can at least let the Substitute Trustee’s representative (attorney) know that you are currently renting the house. This person can let the bank know. More often than not, the owner doesn’t even show to the hearing. If no defense to foreclosure is presented at the hearing, it will proceed. There will be a public sale, usually at the courthouse steps at a designated date and time. In general, nobody shows up to those and the property then goes to the bank. The bank will probably try to sell the house at that point. Good luck!

  9. patty m says:

    Love the action video complete with music! You go guys! Way too cute!
    Exciting to “stay tuned” about your next move.
    So happy Fox Glen sold so fast! Amazing!
    Praying my mom’s house sells soon too…as she has moved into a Senior citizen type apartment about a mile from her house.

  10. New Orlando reader says:

    I want that house. Can we clone it in Orlando?

    And hey, it’s been 2 weeks without any updates….you’re killing me.

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