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Well, the ol' snowball melted down this month.

I'm currently throwing $120 extra at the credit card consolidation loan.

I got an un-expected auto repair bill on Friday for $98. There goes most of the snowball this month. :/

I could take it out of the E-fund, but it's only at $500 and my goal is to make it to $1000 before the end of the year. Since I can cover it without, I think I will.

The good news is that I expect a windfall next month (I get a rebate on the interest on one of my mortgages) so I can make up that snowball shortfall. I had previously planned on putting the whole thing into the E-fund.

Has something like this happened to anyone else?

With TWO shiny stars now... not sure when that happened!
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