The last 6 weeks have been a whirlwind with a new job, a new daycare for our son, and now..............the ax is coming down. After almost a year of waiting and wondering when the final countdown would begin, we got the letter in the mail.
Our mortgage company has restarted the foreclosure process, according to the letter from the lawyers.
Last fall after filing for bankruptcy I flailed my arms for a bit, in a vain but valiant attempt to regain the bank's trust and redeem our mortgage. After awhile I lost my steam and we began to look at this whole experience as a learning one, and one that would give us the push we need to finally leave this tundra we know as Minnesota.
We are tired of living half a year, every year. What I mean is, we feel dead every year when the snow is here and the temp is low and we're enclosed in our house like animals in a zoo. We are not winter people. I used to be, as a child. Now? Um....not so much.
We haven't made our final decision on location, but it looks like sometime next spring or early summer we will be headed toward warmer climates, most likely in the Southwest.
Mexico is not out of the picture by any means. It is still what we consider to be our ultimate goal. But we have decided that we don't want to land there with empty pockets. So, for now, we will go to "Almost Mexico."
Maybe I should change the name of this blog. Or maybe "From Here to There" is just going to have an extra detour along the way.
We're excited. Never thought a foreclosure letter would make me smile, or give us such inspiration.
It's all in the way you look at it.