Gaye Ln has been for sale for four months. It has been shown about 15-20 times, which is good for our area. No offers but a few people who have shown some interest. Dan and I enjoy living in our renovated, decluttered and mostly clean home. Keeping it clean is a complete pain and every time our relator tells me they will show it I go bonkers cleaning and staging. Dan thinks I am nuts. He’s right.
I feel like our Gaye Ln home is sending us a message. Possibly a grand send off in the form of snow. Or maybe it is a last effort to get us to stay. When most of New England is complaining about the historic snow year, I find it absolutely beautiful.
I don’t get a lot of days off in the winter but when I do, just being at our home and watching he snow build, has brought me great pleasure.
Today at 6:30 am as I drove off to work, my car thermometer read -17 degrees. With the wind chill it was -30 something. Several ski areas did not even open today (Loon, Wildcat, Jay.) Luckily, Mount Snow did. I wonder if this will be our last winter on Gaye Ln? I think so and I am so happy that it is one that I will remember for a long time.