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myjourney
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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013


SteveCi wrote:

Hi Everyone!

 

I'm not fully ready to enter in my gardening application just yet! I Can't wait though!

 

I'm 25 and applied for my first credit card this week! Figured i'd go app crazy until I was denied by someone and then farm and boost my AAoA. 

 

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Amex BCE - Approved 2k

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I (need??) a Visa or MC. I have had my eye on Chase Freedom; Would you recommend a different one instead? What's your favorite revolving card


Well your definitley off to a great start with the cards you have now and feel free to join any day or time. 

My favorite right now is my CAP1 cash rewards but will soon be replace Lol

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rtw
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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013

@09Lexie, Not interested in any cards but would love a cl on my CSP.  I know it's a hard pull but I am going to hold tight.


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09Lexie
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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013

Hi SteveCi!

Since you are not quite ready to enter the garden you might want to start a new thread asking your question. Cone on back once you are done apping and we'll be happy to welcome you into our club! 😊
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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013

@rtw

Well, I'll stop and pickup some anti itch cream for you. That CSP is on my fall spree list!
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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013

So, I'm talking with my doctor yesterday, and he asked what I'd been doing in my spare time. When I said "gardening", and then snickered a little, I got a little crosseyed look from him.

I suddenly got afraid that maybe he thought I was growing pot or something (I get random anxiety with no basis in reality) and I started frantically trying to explain what gardening was. And then I rambled some more about the success of my sweet potatoes.

By the end of my rambling about my credit crusade, I think he may believe that I'm unstable now. I should have just said I was growing pot.

Thank you, myFico. When the men with the funny white coats come for me, I'm blaming you!

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013


hausfrau wrote:
So, I'm talking with my doctor yesterday, and he asked what I'd been doing in my spare time. When I said "gardening", and then snickered a little, I got a little crosseyed look from him.

I suddenly got afraid that maybe he thought I was growing pot or something (I get random anxiety with no basis in reality) and I started frantically trying to explain what gardening was. And then I rambled some more about the success of my sweet potatoes.

By the end of my rambling about my credit crusade, I think he may believe that I'm unstable now. I should have just said I was growing pot.

Thank you, myFico. When the men with the funny white coats come for me, I'm blaming you!

ROFLMAO get to phone and leave me a number I'll help you breakout and return to the garden :smileywink:

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013


hausfrau wrote:
So, I'm talking with my doctor yesterday, and he asked what I'd been doing in my spare time. When I said "gardening", and then snickered a little, I got a little crosseyed look from him.

I suddenly got afraid that maybe he thought I was growing pot or something (I get random anxiety with no basis in reality) and I started frantically trying to explain what gardening was. And then I rambled some more about the success of my sweet potatoes.

By the end of my rambling about my credit crusade, I think he may believe that I'm unstable now. I should have just said I was growing pot.

Thank you, myFico. When the men with the funny white coats come for me, I'm blaming you!

 

 

LOL!




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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013

@09Lexie

 

Hi! Thanks!

 

I am too excited, I just wanted to make an appearance. See you soon

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - April 2013

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thanks 09lexie and myjourney. 

 

Its not hard too garden! 

 

idk if I posted about me going into banana republic last week, but they were like you can save 15% on those shirts (and I laughed a little too myself) 

mind you i could have saved the 20+ bucks but not worth a hard pull or a hit too my aaoa

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