Whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you that you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising which tempt you to believe your critics are right. To map out a course of action and follow it to an end requires...courage.
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Monday, August 4, 2008


Saturday, we all went out to lunch at a new restaurant. Well, it's not new, but only Karl had been there. It's called P.F. Chang's, and it's a great Chinese restaurant. Instead of the usual buffet-style, you can order as many dishes as you like (or can afford) and they bring it to the table family-style; then you just get what you want from each dish. We had white and brown rice, Lo Mien, Pepper Steak, and Chang's Spicy Chicken, as well as some Spring Rolls. It was all very tasty, and there were no leftovers! The kids really enjoyed it too, which was nice.

Sunday, we went to look at several open houses. We found a house that we like, but again has the problem of our bedroom furniture being to large to fit in the master bedroom! We can't seem to find a home that we both love, that fits all of our criteria. We may have come to the conclusion that it would be best to wait a while before buying. With Karl's new job, him starting school, our having to start paying for housing ourselves, and expecting a new baby (and all the purchases that will entail) we may end up staying in our rental until 'after the thaw'. Then the baby will be here and I'll be able to help unpack and organize more. Karl will also have gotten into a pattern at work and with his courses, so it should be easier to think about purchasing a home. Unless some wonderful opportunity comes along, I think this is what we're planning to do.

Well, not much time for blogging right now. I'm heating up lunch and it's time to check on it. I hope you all have a super week!

1 comment:

D & J said...

PF Changs is one of Douglas and my favorite restaurants to eat at. WE LOVE IT but rarely get to go bc of the distance it is from us. When we lived in West Palm we tried to go often.