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Old 04-26-2007, 10:50 PM   #1
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We just bought a new house!

My husband and I just bought our first new house! We live in a condo now and we're so excited to have a nice house (and more space!) The yard is fairly flat, .6 acre, which is really good for new construction around here (north Pittsburgh suburbs - by the way, Pittsburgh and the metro area is the Most Liveable City according to Places Rated Almanac...again!)

The yard is not established (just some grass) but that's perfect - I am really looking forward to planting it the way I want it. Today at work, my husband called and said they were giving away little tree seedlings for free and did I want some. I said no, we don't even have a survey yet, and besides, it's not like a tank - you can't re-arrange a tree after you plant it!

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Old 04-26-2007, 10:56 PM   #2
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Congratulations! I am happy for you! Looks like a great house with lots of room.
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Congrats!! Good luck and much happiness in your new home.
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Yes congratulations. Nice looking home and big!
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Great house! Nice and big. Room for plenty of tanks.
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Very nice! Congratulations.

More space = more tanks. Hee hee.
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Very nice! I can just imagine it all planted with lively plants and landscaping.

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Looks sweet Love the huge windows and rolling front lawn.
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That looks like a great house. I see plenty of opportunities with it, not to mention room for that massive tank you've always wanted.
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Aw, congrats!! Great sledding lawn, lol
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