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$199,999

December 19th, 2011 at 05:36 pm

I am really surprised the bank updated their balance so fast. They tend to be a little slower.

So, it is official!

Per bank:



I suppose this is the first time our debt load has ever been under $200k, since being homeowners.

Woohoo!

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My checking account is also drained, as mentioned before.

I am not really sure how much money to expect for Christmas. I don't know if 10 years at my job buys me a bigger Christmas bonus?

BUT, whatever cash we receive this week, I will be hoarding for our refinance. It probably won't be too much of a cash drain in the end, to pay cash for the closing costs. Will probably receive enough cash this month to cover it. That wasn't my plan, but it works out very well!

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Tomorrow is our day of many anniversaries. (Primarily, 10 years of owning this home and moving to our low cost haven). I thought of more (I've had my CPA license 10 years, too). Boy were we BUSY 10 years ago! I am not feeling very reflective or philosophical, so maybe tomorrow I will think of a better post. For today, I am just relaxing and enjoying this milestone.

Tomorrow we do dinner out - lots to celebrate.

3 Responses to “$199,999 ”

  1. Dido Says:

    congrats, relax, and enjoy! Those milestones feel good!

  2. frugaltexan75 Says:

    Yahoo! What nice numbers to reflect upon. Smile

  3. LuckyRobin Says:

    Nice. It's almost silly how much just seeing that first number as a 1 changes things, but it does!

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