So, I started writing an entry this morning but got caught up in other things going on, so, oh well.
The HAMP mortgage adjustment is apparently going through. I was congratulated earlier today in a generic email and asked for more information, lol. Oh, and sign a bunch of documents. I can say that I read every word of the documents I was signing, oh yes, I did. Nothing in there than what I already had learned about this program and fully expected, no shocks or surprises, I signed my life away, faxed it back to them, figure I will get more stuff as well. I am now on a 3 month trial period - again as the modification I did last year.
Tenancy issues. Always, always.
First and totally expected: the female tenant that is never here is moving out at the end of the month. I was happy to get the information 2 weeks plus before that date, not as the last guy, who handed me a money order and informed me he was moving out THAT DAY. She is actually paid up through this week. Amazing. I am going to start running ads for the room today.
The trailer tenants - have been gone all day long. Nothing new, they take off here and there. The news is that they have interviewed for running a small apartment complex. They made it through the first interview and have to go before the owners. This might be the break they were hoping for - a salary, an apartment with free utilities. They are using me as a reference and I am happy to recommend them. I hope they get the position. I hate to see them go, but living in that trailer ..........well, I'm sure it is a motivating factor to get a decent place to live and get life back in order.
I found a new doctor today. I didn't look long. It was based on location. Yesterday was a dermatologist, today was a general practice deal - the person you go to with your life - the physical aspect of it - and hope she/he can figure it out. I tell people I have skin cancer and they freak out. Maybe I should be far more alarmed than I am, but, I am not. They cut it out, you're done unless it's the type that can spread. Then, thet keep digging until it's ALL gone.
Earlier, I was outside cleaning out one of the pond filters. It's quite the job, actually. We're talking a large apparatus and it gets filled with fish crap and whatever else. Not really nasty, just takes a while. In fact, I wash out everything right over the top of plants - get that stuff into the ground, it's great fertilizer. The neighbor's dog crashed down the partition, came over to the fence and started barking at me. I said quite loudly: "Guess it's time to turn the music on". 10 seconds later, people were out there calling the dog and tell him - in Spanish - to shut up.
Thank you. I don't want to HAVE to turn on the music, just do the right thing and we won't have any more problems than we already have.
So now, I am potentially facing having the trailer tenants gone and all the stuff they do. Meaning a lot more work for me. I don't know that I want to find someone else to live in there, haven't decided that yet and they aren't gone yet. If they do leave, well, I dunno. Another great person or persons, sure, sleaze, slobs and filth, no thanks.
Today - has posed me enough to deal with, thank you. I'm not stressing, but it was enough. I don't want anymore, hope that's the end of it.
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