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More May debt progress and a new fridge!

May 28th, 2015 at 06:25 pm

NT's student loan hit, with $42 going to principal. That takes us to $668 paid for the month of May.

Also, our new fridge got delivered today! I love it! We ended up getting the cheapest option of the most expensive type of fridge (36 inch wide, French door, bottom freezer, water dispenser). It was on sale but still more than I thought we'd end up paying. The extra cubic feet sold me! Especially during CSA months and the holidays, our fridge can get really stuffed with space-hogging fresh produce.

I spoke to my dad today, and he hasn't heard anything more about setting up a "closing" on the WV right-of-way deal. He said he'll give them until June 15 and then check in. They took the option in mid-April and told him they'd contact him for a closing within 60 days.

Our new fence should be installed within the next week or so. That will make the backyard one of the first places that feels really redone, so I will share before and after pics when it's up. The rest of our spaces have a long way to go but I'll try to take "before" pics of all of them before we really get going on them.

I realized my 20-year college reunion is next year in early June, and I really want to go. That may mean a trip to New York in early June as well as our England/Spain in late June/early July. We'll see!

3 Responses to “More May debt progress and a new fridge!”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    A good time of year to get a new fence...plenty of time to enjoy your outdoor space! Smile

  2. snafu Says:

    "Enjoy your new fridge. Let me know how you work out organizing the freezer pull out drawer. I'd so like to solve that mystery. I've found it very helpful to dedicate a 3 ring binder with a package of page protectors to home improvements. It corrals quotes, supplies and home improvement purchases. Samples, color chips, measurements, business cards and clippings at the back are so helpful over time. You'll be surprised how much money a house can use up one improvement, upgrade or update at a time.

  3. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I was thinking there might be a high school reunion for me this summer, but it seems like the planning for it has fallen off the face of the earth ... Frown Was kind of looking forward to it, although not so much the money aspect. I hope you get to go to yours!

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