OK, it’s embarrassing, but I have to come clean.
I bet your credit score is WAY better than your friend's ... you know, the one with the car and new house. And you'd get a much better interest rate on a mortgage too :smileywink:
Oh, look at the time ... it's almost ... 8:48 :smileylol:
As usual you had me laughing, Kate!
I agree with PP about judging, we need to judge to be safe and move forward, but jealousy is never a good trait.
That gave me the giggles and made me look at the clock.
You are darn right to be proud of that score Kate!
I love it! A way to pester the children, its very important and I need to incorporate more of it into my daily life. Cheap entertainment!
Kate, I am very pleased that you've found a new perspective on your situation. Your daughter's action was wonderful. I know it was quite difficult last week, but you are still the same person you were before. The mishaps in themselves could not harm you. They were inconvenient and annoying, but ultimately helpless against your 848 strengths.
Pity parties are no good. Next time invite us, so we can talk you out of it. Or at least join in. Misery is not as spendy when others commiserate with you. I was so worried that 848 meant another $848 spent.
Hey if you're not driving your dd crazy - you're not doing your job right!
During the last year I worked for a bank, 2002, I worked specifically for a loan officer.
"Patience is the best remedy for every trouble"- Plautus