After 2 weeks of ‘being away from the country’ with absolutely no communication and no information on when he’d be back, this is the only thing his solicitor was able to tell us. Not even the reason.
Four months of constant chasing, deliberately misleading information, stupid excuses and downright lies. The risk is entirely borne by us, £800 spent on surveys and searches.
This process in England relies on good faith from both sides. We’ve been more than patient and understanding with all their excuses and delays, and it hasn’t paid off. I don’t understand why the seller strung us along for so long when he was always reluctant to sell. Why let us pay for all this?
The only answer I can give is that he was completely lacking in human decency and thought he himself had nothing to lose.
Now we’re back to square one. Out of pocket with an even crazier property market.
"I wonder if anyone else stretches their face in the mornings as well as their body…?"
No one hates the sun in England. And if they do, they’re idiots.
This is true. Never thought of happiness this way.
Welcome to the world of personal blogging :)
Isn’t it invigorating?
— (via align)
most beautifulbest man’s speech
Little things that makes one happy.
Put your head down and do it do it do it.
I would argue that they merely described the world, rather than changed it, but still cool.