07-21-2007 03:20 PM
Thank you, myhearts, for being among us.
myhearts07 wrote:Man, I had a flashback to when I was so desperate to get a credit card and I kept saying, "Why can't I get a card? I got a job and no other debt?" If I knew what I know now back then I probably would have learned to save money better and budget. However, I am very excited about this forum, my DH is starting to ask questions as to why I spend so much time on the forum? I tell him that the people are so real and many of us have been through similar things and our experiences really help each other to grow, to become more responsible with credit, to vent, to type with tears running down our faces and know that someone else is probably crying to because of my mess, but that they really care. Thanks for all your responses to my posts, don't have a lot of friends, but you all have become some for me.Much LoveEve
07-22-2007 10:56 AM
TexMontana wrote:Know what got me all blazing guns on the FICO thing?I lost 50 pounds in 6 months. No diet - just quit drinking DrPepper. And I'm from Texas where mamas fill their babies bottles with DrPepper.What does that have to do with this, you may ask - well, sometimes when we achieve something that we had pretty much decided was impossible - then we see that maybe something else that seemed impossible is possible.Like I said in the OP - I'm not where I wanna be - yet. Nope. Not even close. But I am closer - and getting closer week by week.I always feel JOY! when one of you posts something good that you've achieved! It reinforces the possibilites for ALL OF US! *solitary tear*
07-22-2007 11:00 AM
flygirl wrote:On the other hand, my DB (dear boyfriend/fiance) swears I've met a lover on here because this forum consumes any down time I may have!!!
07-22-2007 11:16 AM
Hmmmm. I don' think I want to go there.....
flygirl wrote:On the other hand, my DB (dear boyfriend/fiance) swears I've met a lover on here because this forum consumes any down time I may have!!!LMAO!! You know how to solve that little issue right?I've taught you well, so I'm not worried
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