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Er - do you think we're good at picking houses? I can tell you, we can't afford this. We just keep asking the bank for more $ and hoping we'll find a way to pay for it. I'm going to have to start boarding/training to see if I can get the property to pay for itself somewhat. And I don't know when we'll be able to buy proper dining room chairs or furniture for the library (other than my harpsichord - that and all our books was why we wanted a library/music room instead of the traditional family room).
Oh, yes, rugs - we'll need rugs.
Thank heavens there's no need to buy blinds or curtains.

-PReply Ouch. I can understand that this is a major project, and the things that go on the inside will have to wait until you're done paying for the outside. I just hope that in the end it will really be your "dream home."Reply We'll see if we can afford Arisia next year...it's going to be tight...

Of course we're alreeady paying more than what our mortgage will be because we're paying for storage and rent and the interest on the construction line...but right now we're hemmorhaging money. I've had to cancel all contributions to retirement and it still seem like we are in the red.

* runs around in circles *Reply Wow. I hope you can stop the bleeding before it becomes terminal!Reply well...

bankruptcy is not very likely...

but Pam's dire predictions of franks'n'beans for a while may not be too far off the mark...

I just ran the numbers.

We're $100,000 off where we need to be to get this thing finished....

Just...

a hundred...

thousand....

dollars......Reply Gak. Sorry I can't offer to help...Reply I'm still in shock...

I can't sleep.

To top it all off, I need to write a check to one of the vendors, and I can't find the #)#)%)#(*% construction account check book.

Yep...You guessed it: I'm out of checks. I must be out of money.

Arrrgh, E....this seemed like a good idea when I got into it.Reply Just don't surrender to the temptation to give them an arm, you might need it later.Reply Building a home is one of the most stressful things in life. You bring back memories...when I was a real estate agent I used to tell young couples that they didn't want to ever max out on the mortgage because they might not want to eat hot dogs every night for dinner. Right now you are in the oh my what did I commit to stage; it will get better. In time you will get raises $$$ and in a few years the house will fill up with too many material things. I am watching the progress through the photos on your journal and the home looks great.

Your sledding buddies in NJReply Hey, sledding buddies!

Get an LJ account at http://www.livejournal.com/create.bml, because sometimes I post the Q stories and pictures, etc., under a "friends lock."ReplyPowered by LiveJournal.com