Thank goodness for that!
I was stood on the brink, arms going like windmills and then I stepped back.
I like this house. I like this neighbourhood. The thought of leaving made me utterly miserable.
I had intense, grungey dreams last night. I guess it was the tension working its way out of my system. At one point I woke with a start because someone had just thrown a dead cat at me. The cat was stiff with rigor mortis, bent in a half-moon shape.
Instead of moving we'll get a small mortgage and do this place up. New carpets. New windows. New wardobes.