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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Downsize Life

Hi there, just keeping you all posted as to what's going on with me. Well, it hasn't been too great, actually. Last Monday, Samantha the housecat started having terrible trouble with cramps and not being able to eat or drink. So on Tuesday we took her into the vet. She was severely dehydrated and had a little liver disease, so they have been keeping her at the vet hospital for the last two nights. The upside is that she seems to be doing better and will be coming home today (hopefully, still waiting to actually hear from the vet). The downside is that the bill will be upwards of $1000. I don't really have that kind of money as it is, and that will pretty much max out my credit card, so I'm forced to liquidate some things to come up with the funds. First to go is a collection of DS and PSP games that I don't play much anymore. Second though is parts of Second Life. Owning land in SL costs me about $195 a month in tier fees. So, I'm actively figuring out what lands I can sell to get that cost down. Plus, the income from the land sales should help quite a bit towards the total, depending on how much I can get from them.

I do plan on keeping the Hawthouse and Ampbihicatt Gardens, as well as my little 512 plot in Lusk, but otherwise I hope to cash the rest in. Part of the Hawthouse may even have to go (it's quite large, really). We'll see... I'm not doing anything permenant at the moment with that land; I have plenty to be selling in the meantime, so don't feel you need to remove anything until still gets sorted out. Just letting you all know!

Other than that, there's not a whole lot going on... Got some shows coming up, and my sister coming to dinner on Sunday (which should be fun).

Talk to you later! I'll keep you posted on Samantha too :)

1 Comments:

At 7/25/2008 12:08 PM, Blogger Gog said...

If your willing to ship at my cost I may be interested in a DS game or two. I just found mine last night and I've just got two games for it.

 

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