Not Obama hope. Well I have that too, but after watching all this viral video of McCain rallies and thinking the country is going down the toilet in a civil war on Nov 5th, I hear a story that restores my faith in humanity.
DALLAS - Two strangers were brought together by a leap of faith and one piece of property that was among 200 North Texas homes up for auction at the Dallas Convention Center.
While the misfortune of others lured hundreds of bargain hunters to the foreclosure auction, Tracy said she came to find closure. The mother took her seat among a sea of investors and strangers to say goodbye to her Pottsboro home, which is located just west of Denison.
"It means so much to all of us," she said of her home that she lost to foreclosure. "It's not just a house."
At the fast-paced and energetic event, Tracy's tears did not go unnoticed.
"She was crying and I asked her what she was upset about," said Marilyn Mock, of Rockwall.
When Tracy's home, "Number 73," came up for auction, Mock raised her hand and bid. With no picture of the property in the auction book, Mock had only Tracy's word on the home's worth.