I touch her face and she leans into me, rubbing against my hand as her lashes fall to her cheeks. “Say yes.”
Her eyes open. “Yes.”
The apartment below us has 5 adults, minimum, and 2 kids living in it. It’s a three-bedroom apartment. You can imagine how many vehicles they’re using (meaning parking spots). Here’s a hint. Each adult has their own, PLUS they have a spare, and they all park in front of the building, that barely has enough room for 1.5 adults per apartment (8 apartments, and only about 13 spots in front of the apartment, including 2 for only a specific apartment, and one for handicapped). Below us is SO bad that they’re like “I don’t care, I’m going to park in the handicapped spot”. They use their PARENTS’ handicapped parking window thing. Yeah. They’re freaking awesome.
So, while we’re not looking to find outer banks foreclosures (too far away), we’d really like to get the heck out of dodge, and yesterday!
When Josh and I were first starting to plan our wedding, we both had a very strong desire to have it on the beach. We found a lighthouse on the Outer Banks: Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in North Carolina. Kathy’s favorite lighthouse was the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.
Now, I’m seeing all kinds of great deals for Outer Banks rentals, and now the idea is coming up again. I’m hoping it’s still around when we go to officially tie the knot because that would be a dream come true!