I wish I’d kept that

A friend of mine who works in real estate told me about a man who became increasingly envious of his friends because they had larger homes. So he listed his house with an estate agent, planning to sell it and then purchase a bigger one. Some time later, as he was reading the classified section of the newspaper, he saw that his realtor had placed an advertisement for a house that seemed just what he wanted. So he phoned them and asked to be shown over it. The agent checked his files to identify what house he was referring to and then came back to him and said: ‘You don’t need an appointment, you’re already there. That’s the ad for your house.’
Now just in case you think that would never happen to you, think about all those things you now reminisce about that you once couldn’t wait to change.

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