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Pedicure and Credit Report

September 15th, 2013 at 05:12 pm

My work took the ladies to a fancy day spa Friday afternoon for a pedicure. It was heavenly! It was 85 minutes of pure bliss! I have never had a pedicure like that before. It was much appreciated.

I got my credit reports from annualcreditreport.com today. Nothing surprising. It looks like my mortgage has been written off for a lesser amount. I wonder if they managed to sell my old house. I think my score is so low because of the debt to income ratio. That will improve as I pay off debt.

I redid my budget in quicken yesterday. I spent the day doing financial housekeeping. I guess I am just a nerd because I just enjoy doing these things.

Forgot to mention that I went to a new OB/GYN and he said there is no reason for me not to have a hysterectomy. With the endometriosis back and the heavy periods he feels that there is no reason to wait. He can't do it laproscopically because of the number of scars on my belly so I will have a longer recovery time. But we are looking at doing it in late October but more likely in November.

8 Responses to “Pedicure and Credit Report”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Debt to income can make the score low, as can a foreclosure which is similar to filing bankruptcy when it comes to credit ratings.

    The pedicure sounds just like what you needed!

  2. PNW Mom Says:

    How nice of your work! What a treat for you Smile

  3. LuckyRobin Says:

    I suffered with endometriosis and carcinoid tumors for years. Getting a hysterectomy was the best thing I ever did. You will feel like an entirely different person. Just know that the recovery time is really long. They say six weeks, but it is more like 3 months until everything is back to normal. You'll be able to work and stuff, you will just be very, very tired. Those three months will be a time you should focus on extremely good nutrition in your diet as it will aid the healing process immensely. And make sure that you have plenty of icepacks ready when you come home from the hospital. I found I had to take the narcotics and use icepacks for the first 10 days until they took the staples (instead of stitches) out.

  4. rob62521 Says:

    How nice you could enjoy a pedicure...sounds like you needed the TLC.

  5. Maranatha Says:

    NG I suffered from endometriosis also and like Lucky Robin a hysterectomy was the best thing I ever did at age 31. Just take good care of yourself afterward.

  6. North Georgia Gal Says:

    Thanks guys! I am afraid about going through menopause though. The doctor said I would instantly be thrown into menopause.

  7. Maranatha Says:

    You do go through changes but for me it wasn't terribly bad. As a matter of fact I guess my hormones were so out of whack before I had less mood swings and hot flashes after. And I never took hormone therapy. And I didn't grow moustaches or beards either....lol

  8. CB in the City Says:

    I had a hysterectomy at fifty -- I assure you being "thrown into menopause" is much better than what you are experiencing now! When I had mine, they threw a patch on me before I even woke up. Gradually I weaned myself off the hormones. I did experience hot flashes, but that discomfort was so trivial compared to the heavy bleeding, it was a blessing!

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