Saturday, August 26, 2006

My Best Investment

My best investment, by far, was to buy my first house. I was in graduate school and was only making about 12K a year. My wife was working in a large retail store as a Department Manager and was making nearly the same as me. I had some money saved up and impeccable credit so somehow we managed to buy a house. Now mind you, I was living the life of a grad student, so the house was not luxurious by any means, but it wasn't a dump either. We paid 57K for three bedrooms, two baths, and 1500 square feet of living space. The best thing about the house was the kitchen, it was huge. If I had not gotten a job out of state I would have liked to keep it. However, after living in it for 4 years and putting very little money into it (only minor repairs), we sold it for twice what we paid for it.


Anonymous said...

sorry dude but if that's your wife, she's ugly, move on

snakeflake said...

That is intirely uncalled for. We have ben married for over 15 years. To me she is the most beautiful woman in the world.

snakeflake said...

Furthermore, if you had any balls you would identify yourself rather than remain anonomous. I know you kind just thrives on trying to gert a rise out of me, but it will not work. Go insult someone else!