Monday, August 18, 2008

No Offer...Yet

So Brett wasn't given a formal offer over the weekend. I know, I know, we are just as disappointed. They have a little "red tape" to still sort out before they can extend the actual written offer. So, again, we sit and wait.
We still managed to have a wonderful trip.  It is a beautiful city.  

This pond behind our hotel had turtles in it.



One of the houses we looked at. The homes are beautiful out there. You get a lot more house for your money.

Downtown Indianapolis. (I was on the phone checking on the kids)

"Canal Walk"

This canal runs right through the city.

We rented a surrey and rode through the city.




 We had a layover in Denver so we hooked up with Jason and Katrina and their boys. Gavin wanted to go home with Brett.

8 comments:

Dawn said...

I love the photo of you taking a picture of your reflection in the building window - you are such a nerd!!

Let us know when the offer comes!!
Can't wait!

Jenna said...

I have been checking your blog all day for an update. I hope you guys get the offer you want, but will enjoy having you here as long as I can! Glad you had a good trip!

Debbie said...

The waiting is the hardest part. It is scary and exciting. Good luck with whatever you want.

Shauna said...

What a fun trip no matter what the outcome. The house is cute!

Kelli said...

So funny...we rented one of those surreys/family bikes on Saturday at the beach. I'll have to post the pics. Glad you had a great trip...can't wait to hear what happens with all this. :)

Logan and Ashley said...

It does look like a beautiful city. Sorry about the no offer thing, but hey atleast you had a fun trip and got to see a new city. I also love the house you looked at. I love that old tudor style with the red brick... I am a nerd though and get all excited over things like that. Glad you had a good time!!

estanworth said...

That house looks amazing- atleast from the outside. Looks like such a beautiful city!! Maybe we'd be invited to come visit?! :)

Jen said...

So it looks like you liked Indianapolis more than you expected to. Are you still stressed or feeling more at east?