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Re: why is it so hard for some to STAY In the Garden??


Duncanrr wrote:
I brag about my recons :smileywink: that's where you really show your skills

You are never in the garden long enough to consider it a stay, only a quick drop by.   :smileyvery-happy:

 

I never pretrend to be in the garden.

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Re: why is it so hard for some to STAY In the Garden??

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Wolf3 wrote:

Duncanrr wrote:
I brag about my recons :smileywink: that's where you really show your skills

You are never in the garden long enough to consider it a stay, only a quick drop by.   :smileyvery-happy:

 

I never pretrend to be in the garden.


Not entirely true. My first trip in garden was 3 months and I'm working on 4th* month now (* aping for NFCU does really count as leaving garden :smileywink: ). I'll be in garden until June. (edit: also you were the one pushing to go 6 for 6 )


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Re: why is it so hard for some to STAY In the Garden??


Duncanrr wrote:

Wolf3 wrote:

Duncanrr wrote:
I brag about my recons :smileywink: that's where you really show your skills

You are never in the garden long enough to consider it a stay, only a quick drop by.   :smileyvery-happy:

 

I never pretrend to be in the garden.


Not entirely true. My first trip in garden was 3 months and I'm working on 4th* month now (* aping for NFCU does really count as leaving garden :smileywink: ). I'll be in garden until June. (edit: also you were the one pushing to go 6 for 6 )

It was a lot of fun cheering you on and you were quite successfull.   So you did not need to be in the garden.  

 

4 months is still a short time, and isn't it about time to get some deffered interest deals on your remodel applicance?. 

 

 

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Re: why is it so hard for some to STAY In the Garden??

nah. I paid most things off already. I'll end up only having about 5k on my NFCU which kill pay off in a couple months. The rest of remaining bill will covered by exchange of professional services. I'm helping contractor out with some legal issues so my bill will wipe out his. But you are right, it was fun and was a successful run. Hope to have similar success in June.


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