Thousands of dollars spent to bring our house back to the condition it was when we left it. Countless hours of driving and work, plus the thousands of dollars, that we won’t get back in the selling process.
We have been dealing with the stress, time, effort, mental fatigue and “negotiations” which led to us being railroaded by our property managers in the effort to sell our house.
To say that my husband and I have experienced frustration and anger is an understatement. We’ve struggled with knowing what the “Christian thing to do” was. We’ve struggled with deciding whether or not to seek legal counsel.
As I listened to my husband try to empty his brain of all his frustration, opinions and ideas regarding what we should do next and how to plan out this very stressful week, I kept thinking only one thing.
I wrote this article for a series called 31 Days of Trusting God, hosted at Pressing In and Pressing On. I encourage you to read the full article there!
UPDATE SINCE THIS WRITING: We are now under contract for the sale of our house. We close in 3 weeks and we’re excited to have this chapter close for us (though I will always love that house and miss it!)