Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Everything On The Mark

What a wonderful feeling when you review the budget and the bills for the month and find everything right on task!....whew! It's tight, but it's working. That's when doing your job is worth the struggle. The accounts look good for the second week of the month.

If things stay straight, I will have the money for the modification on the house in no time. Patience! Patience! Patience! It is truly a virtue worth developing! The reward is awesome!

It takes work to hold your breath in hopes that nothing will go wrong. Definitely worth the learning!



i am so glad to hear it! and i want to THANK YOU for being such a wonderful follower of mine and i absolutely LOVE reading your comments! keep them coming and thanks again!

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Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

I wish nothing to come wrong.
I like your perspectives.

presious said...

Mama Crib,

You are so welcomed. I just like talking to people. We all go through the same experiences sooner or later. It's so great to have friends out there!

Thank YOU for visiting and commenting! I really appreciate it :).

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Oh your thouhts are great!!!
I'm really impressed!.
I'm lucky to meet you:)
Thanks for your kind comments. So interesting.
I love pink, too.I often get dressed in pink .
Please come back!

lori vliegen said...

so glad all of your patience has paid off!! here's to making your dreams come true!! :))

presious said...


Thanks again for your encouragement! I do owe some of my success to you. You are a very inspiring person. I am still struggling with crotcheting my grandson's next pair of slippers. However, I did complete a scarf for my son, which he is very happy with. I have started another with a slightly difference style to it.

Thanks for inspiring me to pick up my hobby again! :)

Cut & Dry,

I really enjoyed your blog. I am a girlie girl and I love a nice cozy bedroom. I don't have an eye for design, however, I like what I see once it's together....lol!

I still like dolls and stuffed animals on my bed. I don't take the time to put them there because I kinda resent the fact that I won't be there to see it or enjoy it! Although I do have a beautiful comforter set that my daughter bought for me as a gift of appreciation for taking care of my grandson while she finishes her credential program :).

I can say, I love cuddling up under it on those cold brisk nights :)...brrrrr!

Polly said...

Good on you Pres. Onwards and upwards for you at the moment isn't it. Its so nice to see everything working out so well for you.