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Walls closing in
By nickwyo
2/11/2011 7:17:50 PM
Well....got the notice from Bank of America. Apparently my house goes to auction on March 4. Need to do some heavy legal maneuvering and fast. Not to mention this puts a big damper on job searching. It would not be good to get a job then have to ask for time off to find a place to live or worse yet, quit or get fired. Good news is........didn't want a drink...............

I must find the courage to get things moving. I have to get my license back....I have to deal with this head on. I have stuck my head in the sand far too long. My son is graduating HS and is going to college. I have to make that happen for him.

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bad news, good news    
"That is awful about your house! I hope it all works out for the best. What is great is that you didn't want a drink!!!! Hang in there! God will lead you to something good! I know He has helped me in ways He wouldn't before I sobered up!"
posted at 19:30:49 on February 11, 2011 by hubster
Sorry    
"I'm hoping to keep my house from foreclosure too. Thankfully I finally got a job, so maybe I'll have a chance now. I wish you the best in your efforts, and I hope you get a job soon. Congratulations on not wanting to drink! That's awesome news."
posted at 22:43:08 on February 11, 2011 by dstanley


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