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Back to business

March 20th, 2011 at 07:49 pm

Well, we are back from New York! I worked Saturday and Sunday at the real estate office and tomorrow back to the nanny job! Oldest will be off school all week. Not sure what we will do, but hoping to play at the park as something free to do!

New York was cool. Very loud and busy. Just missed MJRube. Was right outside her office! I know she is swamped with the stock market in the current shape it is in!

Here is a picture of DD1 and I in Central Park:


Going to try to keep this a no spend week.

DH got his first check from the new job. Of course in a check, no direct deposit, grrrr...

Updated my debt amounts on the sidebar. Not sure how I will finish paying the bills this month. Seriously out of money!! Juggle I will. May need to borrow the insurance money from mom again, so that amount will go up. Sigh.

Happy Spring everyone!

7 Responses to “Back to business”

  1. Thrifty Ray Says:

    Welcome home Boo! somehow, we find a way to make it...hope things ease up a little now that DH is working!!!!

  2. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Welcome back! You and your daughter look beautiful!

  3. Looking Forward Says:

    Thanks for sharing. You gals look like you're having a good time. Smile

  4. CB in the City Says:

    Gosh, which one is you? What a couple of babes!

  5. LittleGopher Says:

    Aww - what a sweet picture!

    Yay to husband's first check, and more to come!! Juggling is a good skill when you need it, and so very lovely to leave behind as the finances gets better.

    Here's to better times ahead for you and your family!!

  6. momcents Says:


    What a pretty girl you have!! Cute picture. Glad you had fun! Just when I hoped to get ahead, another $160 expenditure ...

  7. Jerry Says:

    Even without the direct deposit (which will lead to more convenience) it is great that the income is there! Congrats on what sounds like a great trip, and I hope that the short-term insurance setback will not deter you from your progress too much. Keep it up!
    Jerry

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