Thank you all for your well wishes, good vibes, and concern. It means a lot to me. I thought I was about to have to really start over financially, but it is not the case. Let’s just say that my favorite quote of the day is,
“Do you know how you tell real love? It’s when somebody else’s interest trumps your own. Love of someone else, of family, of your kids becomes the most important, most worthwhile thing in your life.”
Thank you, Brad Pitt.
One good thing from this stressful dilemma: I found out I have excellent credit from all this hard work and was instantly approved for a big loan. First time that has happened to me with out a second guess from the lender.
Yes, I took out a big loan, but since things turned around for the better I have immediately PIF’d the loan a day later. It is nice to know that it is available to me in due emergencies. The situation, not out of rocky waters, but we are trying our darnest to make this work! Its not everyday you find a gem of a spouse, but like everyone…we have our water to tred. Life is such a continuous learning process. 🙂
With all that said, how is my week 3 going of my challenge (Wk 2 of Sharon’s spend less month)? Well besides a rough week where none of my meals seemed to come out tasting right or I was missing ingredients to make the dish (even after grocery shopping), I did okay spending less. I did succumb to spending on lunch and breakfast at work. But it was a minimal $7 for the week. I do love stressing for the fact it helps you lose weight and spend less. Also, we went about $30 over our budget. I will replace that with this week’s budget money.
So, not perfect with this week. But with the crazy week it has been we did just fine.
How is everyone else holding up? I will have to catch up! Thank you, again. 🙂