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    which was used with a 0% interest rate to finance our shower remodel this summer. $3000 left to pay on that one.

    Unfortunately we'll also add debt in 2017 as we desperately need to replace our windows.
    Didn't you mention earlier that the house is only 17 yrs old? Sad that you have to replace the shower and the windows so soon?

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    Cheerleading from the bleachers. Go ladies Go!!!!!!!!
    Dh may face a work stoppage because michelin may shut down the dept he is contracting w/ thur the holidays. He's on no paid holidays and hourly. He submitted his passport and photo for it so hoping that $150. is reimbursed.
    Ds is coming so I will pay his CC for the gas. He has a new vehicle so he'll drive. That cost so much more when he comes because I buy him seafood and that. I only see him once a year and he deploys again in Jan,

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    Quote Originally Posted by old guy View Post
    Didn't you mention earlier that the house is only 17 yrs old? Sad that you have to replace the shower and the windows so soon?
    Yes, it is. The shower was just a cheap standard shower - the handle broke off and the door bracket. We could have gone cheap with a repair, but we had been wanting to replace it anyway, so decided we might as well do it now.

    The windows - ugh... cheap builder's model windows. Standard vinyl ones that probably only had a 10 year lifetime.
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    Paid off more than $25K in debt this year. Scheduled the payment to pay off my car Friday. I made awesome progress on my debts. I expect everything to be fully paid off next year.
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