indecisive

merriam-webster.com –

Simple Definition of indecisive

: not able to make choices quickly and confidently

: not settling something or making something final or certain

In my post ‘Realtor, Trip, Sale’, I wrote the following –

This coming Monday, we leave for another trip to the next location that we will call home.  Unlike the past trips last year, this one we will fly and not drive.  This trip to our selected new location will be to search for resale homes and/or communities to possibly build a new home.

In my post ‘The Curveball‘, I wrote the following –

For years now Gary and I have debated, deliberated and diligently searched not only locations but our souls with regards to what our next chapter is.  Choices, criteria, restrictions, wants and needs played into our decision as to what that next chapter is.  We thought Vero Beach was the next chapter, the final chapter.  And maybe it will be the final chapter, but not the next chapter.

In today’s post I write the following –

We arrived back home here in Dallas a week ago this past Saturday after spending 4 full days viewing properties.  We explored Vero Beach, Florida and maybe the initial excitement we experienced back in December was not as strong this time; but we do like the area.

Last Thursday, photos were taken of our current home for the upcoming listing later this week.  Now that photos are completed, the continuation of downsizing will take place.  The house is decluttered, but we are planning to reduce the amount of furniture we still have.  We use our local neighborhood website, ‘Craig’s List’, and apps such as ‘5 Miles’, ‘letgo’ and ‘OfferUp’ to sell items with some success.

I currently am completing my activities with remaining minor home improvements and Gary and I will complete the sprucing of the yard and garden in the next couple of days.   The house is planned to go on the market for sale this Thursday, April 14.

Will we be ready?  What about our future; Plan A or Plan B?

We will be ready for this big day, and hopefully the choice with Plan A or Plan B will be made very soon.  Gary and I are ready to move from our current location and not having a clear choice made is not a problem for us.  The planning of what to do with our belongings is made, but the question “Where do we go next?” still remains unanswered.

urbandictionary.com has the following –

indecisive

having the power to determine an outcome but not being able to decide on a conclusion / unable to make up your mind / can’t decide.

32 thoughts on “indecisive

  1. It’s a tough one Terry, but you and Gary will make a decision, even if it is a temporary decision. At the end of the day, you both want to be happy with where you decide to live, so that is of high importance ! x

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  2. I am like you, I NEED to know what is happening and now! Sometimes the best choices are the ones you least expected. There are plenty of rental properties both near and far and you can put your stuff into storage.

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  3. Ah yes a planner, I know the feeling all too well (my plans have plans). I absolutely must know what the game plan is but in situations where that isn’t possible I always ask myself “what is the worse that can happen if I go with plan A or plan B?” Working through the scenarios to the best of my ability usually helps to take the pressure off. Some days it really sucks being an adult and it’s during these times I hate making decisions. In the end it’s gonna be alright.

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  4. You certainly know how to build suspense! Right now your change in plans could be a blessing: better to know now than after the move that it wasn’t the right choice! And having no options would be far worse. However as a planner myself, I know that not knowing can be the hardest part of any transition. I look forward to hearing about your new plans!

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  5. Hi Terry! Sounds like you at least know where you want to end up… The next stop will be another adventure. Where else have you lived, if you don’t mind me asking? And why Vero Beach exactly? (I know beautiful beaches but I’m being nosy!) 🙂

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    • Athena, I have lived in Texas all my life. We liked Vero Beach because it is small and not much traffic. It is also close to many things we have an interest in and met much of our criteria. Thanks for reading and commenting – have a happy day. 🙂

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  6. Like the song says…Don’t worry be happy….it will all fall into place…and if your not sure about your new destiny….what’s the worst hat could happen….you sell your home…..put all your treasures in storage and go out searching for the perfect spot….lifes good…..most moving companies will hold your home for 30 days for free….so that’s always something to fall back on….I so excited for you both…..kat

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