Still no sign of baby and although I know gestation dates are (very!) approximate, it still feels a little surreal actually waiting for and anticipating the birthing process. My first two both came before I expected, so this is a new feeling.
|Baby's turned sideways so my belly is lopsided. Also, Crocs. Can't fit into anything else.|
Wanna hear a debt-free scream? If you've ever listened to Dave Ramsey's radio show you know what I'm talking about. 1...2...3.... WE'RE DEBT FREE!!!!
(Aside from the mortgage, which doesn't count, I guess.)
We didn't have that much debt to begin with, but Slice built up a nice little retirement account at his last job and we decided to cash it out and start clean. Now the hardest part of all: deciding how long to stay in this house. The market in the Basin is good right now, meaning we could make a chunk of money on our house, but we would also pay more to move into something bigger/newer.
Or, do we stay a while and do a few major projects in the meantime? My list - which is different from Slice's - goes something like this:
- fix and paint downstairs walls
- paint the exterior
- get new windows (SO EXPENSIVE)
- redo upstairs bathroom
- fix garage roof
- fix the driveway somehow
- do something with the mostly-abandoned back lot
and we'll stop there. I think every homeowner knows that The List only grows, never shrinks.
So what's up with you?