I was walking around the motorcycle gathering last weekend as well. We had dinner at Adobo around the corner. Too much food and too many Harley Davidsons to be considered safe. At dinner... wonder woman, cat woman, guy dressed as a combination of the highlander and indiana jones, girl with cat ears, and a bunch of other people dressed as nerds.
Thanks again for the opportunity Mike. JQUICK: I know I am responsible 100% for everything I have done to create my financial situation. I don't know if I made that clear when talking to Mike, but I am owning my problems. It's hard to turn all that around after I've buried myself so deep, but I realize I have to pay for the decisions I've made - good and bad. Within the last year I've made a pretty huge pay increase and we are saving a lot with the new apartment we moved into, but this is all pretty recent. So, I've gone from barely making ends meet to now having a little extra to start repaying my debts. It's going to be a long road but I have worked hard to finally achieve a position that I want to keep. Doesn't everyone talk with their partners about finances before they get married? If you read the rest of the interview you would realize that my partner is a huge part of my becoming more financially responsible and our implied conversations have helped me begin to turn things around.