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Susan Woolf
Consistently amused by the obvious in life.
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I'm a proud and happy "mom" to two adorable cats named Callie and Tigger. They provide endless hours of amusement. Most of the time they're adorable and sweet but at other times, they can be a real pain in the proverbial you know what. Here's their official introduction since there... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2011 at YesIKnowIamTall
Faced with no other apparent options, I sadly came to the realization that I needed to sell the condo. The short sale paperwork was initiated but frankly, it didn't feel real. Ironically, once I stopped paying the mortgage, Bank of America wanted to talk with me - all the time,... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2011 at YesIKnowIamTall
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Hope started to fade as it become increasingly apparent that the economy was spiraling out of control. There were months of just 1 or even no rentals. Then, the property tax valuation arrived. I may have been living in denial about the seriousness of the "illness" for a while, but... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2011 at YesIKnowIamTall
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A little history about how I got where I am today. Back in April 2007, I was in the position to purchase a second home in Maui, Hawaii. The economy was doing well (enough) and my business was doing well (enough). I've always been fiscally conservative, paying my bills on... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2011 at YesIKnowIamTall
This past November, I had to make a critical decision that will likely have a life long impact. I had to choose to initiate a short sale process for a second property I own or continue to hemorage good money after bad. Finally reaching the decision to do it, I... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2011 at YesIKnowIamTall
It's taken me a lot longer than I expected to come up with a blog that I wanted to write. I know quite a few well known people in the blogosphere who have patiently encouraged and helped me learn more about the process. Special thanks to Maria Niles, Consumer Pop,... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2011 at YesIKnowIamTall
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Believe it or not, I really do know I'm tall. It's shocking, yet since I was very young, it's never been a mystery. 5'9" in sixth grade (12 years old), I remember being carded for the first time going to the movies. "There's no way you're a child," I was... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2011 at YesIKnowIamTall
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Mar 15, 2010