Last week, my sister Shirley and I had a great visit with family in Washington DC. For me, it was a fabulous treat to tour the city. It was only the second air-travel trip I’ve taken since our journey out of debt began five years ago. Last Friday, we made our trip home. And EVERYTHING […]
There’s been a lot of talk on the blogoshpere lately about whether or not married couples should have separate or joint money. Some experts are strongly convincing that joint money means a more unified marriage. Other experts insist that joint money is a recipe for disaster. So who’s right?
DH = dear husband For the second time since our journey out of debt began in June of 2012, I stepped onto a plane! Yes, I’m traveling! One of my nieces moved to Washington DC with her husband in March of this year for a 9-month posting that he had been offered. As the summer […]
As I was laying in bed last night, trying desperately to fall asleep so I could be refreshed for a busy week, my mind wandered to and fro from all of the things that need to be done and paid for around here. Okay, we’ve got hay to buy, I want to save another $1,000 […]
Hey, Fruclastic friends! We’re taking the week off. I’m celebrating America’s Independence Day with my loved ones. For her part, Ruth enjoyed a great Canada Day. See you next week, and God bless you! (Check out Femme Frugality’s review of Ruth’s book, Ella Builds A Wall.)