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1st Time Homeowners

My wife and I signed our life away this morning as we closed on our new home. It was a big step for us but it helps us set our roots deeper into our community. With the prices going the way they have been we felt that the cap for something we were willing to live in was about to pass us by so we went ahead and got into the market. We know the market is slowing a little but it won't go backwards in our area due to the Naval base and continued growth in our city.

I went over today and did a some praying along with praising and thanking God for how much he's blessed us over the years. I hear horror stories of how some Pastors have been abused by their churches and denoms and it makes me sick. God's been so great to us to have a church that loves us and a denomination that wants to see us succeed. Those early days of getting paid zip have made way to days like today. It leaves me with nothing to say but 'Thanks Abba'. It's all His anyway.

I've heard that having a home gives a little more of a sense of perminacy. What I do know is that it gives me new neighbors to love and encourage.

Exciting times.

posted by Tally Wilgis @ Monday, May 15, 2006


At 10:28 PM, Blogger Gary Lamb said...

Congrats dude. That is great and I know your bride has to be happy.

At 11:46 PM, Blogger Jimmy Williams said...

Congrats Tally!

At 8:48 AM, Blogger Bob Franquiz said...

Congratulations bro!

Just know that you'll be living at Home Depot for the next month! :)

At 9:42 AM, Anonymous Russell Knight said...

Congrats on the new home!

At 11:28 AM, Anonymous carl said...



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