March 5th, 2003
unless you've been deeply in debt, you can't really appreciate how i feel seeing one of my credit cards with a $0 balance.
course that was the way smaller of the two, but still.
music: office chatter
|Date:||March 5th, 2003 07:15 am (UTC)|| |
figured you'd appreciate it.
the other one though is literally a factor of ten larger than that was was though.
|Date:||March 5th, 2003 07:32 am (UTC)|| |
Fair nuf. And considering I just paid off Dell I suppose we are in the same boat.
Credit Card - 3,700
Student Loan - e6,000+
I did that last summer, and it was such a good feeling. One down, four to go. If i live long enough to have a positive net worth party, you'll be invited.
|Date:||March 5th, 2003 09:21 am (UTC)|| |
ooooooh! curse you and your 0 dollar ballence!!!! CURSE YOOOOOOOOUUUU!!!! maybe when i am a grownup and have a real job, i can have a zero dollar credit card ballence too...... though what will REALLY knock my socks off will be the day (aproximatly 50 years from now) when my college loan balence is zero. On an unrealted note, i an still having the ocasional anthropology thesis anxiety dream, goddamn those bitches, may dalton fall down around their heads!
|Date:||March 5th, 2003 09:32 am (UTC)|| |
YEAH!!! Go you!!
I'm so jealous... a $0? *cheer*
I just paid off my Discover card. :-)
I was getting dangerously close be paying off my Visa (a month an a half away or so) when my kung fu master came up to me last night and said that he's been thinking seriously of parting with a rifle that has resided in his collection lo these many years. Now, do you think that I'd let a prized possesion of his get lost in the shuffle, or be taken away by some...STRANGER? I think not. On the bright side, I think it'll run $125 at most, as I could pick up a new one for $160 or so.
Haha, genius me, let's spend some money.