Treating this like a pregnancy
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|Fri, 05-24-2013 - 3:19pm|
NINE months to go! Yep, I'm going to fed this baby nine more months and drop it like a rock!
Sometimes I get so sick or tired of not having enough money. For instance, we have maintenanced everything on the truck and car, but then the stupid signal lights stop working on the truck. The air conditioning is playing mind games on the car and sometime in the next few months, we need to have the transmission fluid changed & flushed in the truck (it now has 105,000 miles on it). Hubby tired changing the bulbs for the signal lights but that didn't work. So it will have to go to a garage somewhere with someone more experienced to fix it.
We were blessed enough to get the new roof last year, but when the roofers done the roof they threw out gutter screens away and said they were junk. Well they were working, they may have had cracks and not the prettiest, but with our place receiving more than 12" above normal for the year on rain fall and the trees putting out, we REALLY need gutter guard for the house. Cost $100 and husband is afraid of heights. He's cleaned the gutter twice this spring but there in no way he can bend over and over and over the eve and put these on or climb a ladder. So this will have to be hired done. He has put off having a tooth pulled.
Not that this is a bad problem to have, but hubby has lost 60 lbs. and I have lost 24 lbs. Clothes simply do not fit! I altered 4 pairs of jean and purchase one new pair and a pair of capris pants for a business trip I will take with hubby in late June to Charleston, SC. He purchased two pairs of slacks and found two pair in the closet that he can now wear. He had to purchase a few more things too. Wish we had an extra $200 to spend on clothes.
All we owe outside of normal everyday bills is $63 to my employer for some things I purchased on their credit. And sadly, my employer is struggling .....bad.
Life is good though...hoping this pregnancy goes by fast!!!!!! Balance on this baby $20,436.