Greetings, diana - thanks for the thanks! What I can say is that so long as the goal is outlined, the current (temporary) circumstances are but steps along the path towards that goal. You can't help that you have a house to sell. He can't help (and shouldn't, eh?) that a job switch is in the offing which carries with it some constraints. But change is good when it brings desired benefits and opportunities, even though change is not always cost-free to implement. So keeping a clear sight of the long run as well as the present makes the present constraints more tolerable. This is just transitory. You are already (and for years, I might add, have already been) savvy in the ways of making money easier to manage and to flow. Here's to getting round that bend with grace, even if swiftness is not momentarily guaranteed. (Though I am conjuring the house-selling gods to send you a viable buyer ASAP!)xraymd
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