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    Sunday Morning With SovBo

    An update from last week's post about my finances.  After paying all my bills, I had $34 to get me by for 2 weeks.  Everything was going good until last night.  I went to the grocery store and spent $8.50 more than I had.  So in effect I made it one week, not two.  This doesn't surprise me.

    Luckily I have $28 in another checking account.  I will have to move some money from that account to cover the $8.50.  So be it.  I am paying down my debt.  I haven't been late with a payment for over 20 years.  My net worth increases monthly (by paying down debt).  Someday I'll have a positive net worth!  Nyuck!  Nyuck!  Nyuck!

    I'm on my second cup of tea.  I watched Wealthtrack with Consuelo Mack.  She talked to Rob Arnott about our country's GDP figures and the different ways it is, and should be, looked at.

    Then I checked out The Reformed Broker's website.  His post A Call To Action talks about why we have the Wall Street protesters and the majority of the country's disgust.  There is an audio player you can click on to hear the program he was on.  Definitely worth a listen.  I'm going to go back and listen to it again, myself.

    It's now 11:40am and am listening to Alex and Kevin on Diggnation.  Kevin and friends went salmon fishing and he is describing how they are going to cold smoke most of the fish.  They had 35 - 40 pounders.  Now they get into the main part of the show.

    Fall is on the way.  I mowed the yard last evening.  That's what you do on a Saturday night when you are pinching pennies!  Hopefully it will be the last time I need to mow this year.  It's been on the dry side lately and the grass is not growing fast at all.  It's just trying to stay alive.  Just the way I like it!

    Cup three of tea, then on to harder stuff later today.  I'll check the bell peppers and jalepenos that are still growing in the garden.  I know there are some that are ready to pick.  Maybe all of them.  The tomato plants are all but dead.  I saw a few spots of red, but the tomatoes haven't been good for weeks now.  It was not a good year for tomatoes.  Too hot and dry.

    I have 6 more minutes and morning will become afternoon so I'll have to stop, or change the name of this post and that would be way too much work.  What to say in 6 minutes?

    Well, not much, I guess.  I'll hopefully listen to Leo live on this afternoon.  He does a three hour show.  It's my Sunday routine, instead of reading the paper, or going to church.  Anyway, have a good day.  Appreciate what you have.  Learn something new today.

    Oops!  Time's up!

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