Thursday, August 20, 2009

Doing time

I feel like a prisoner doing time, sitting, waiting and sweating while the debt consolidation company decides what I should do about the looming court case, in a court I can't even get to. This is frightening me. DB


Big Mark 243 said...

I really wish that I could be there for you DB. Saying that "I am sending you my best" sounds so much more fuller when you can see and hear the person saying it.

What little I know about this kind of stuff wouldn't fill a thimble. I won't try to say anything about that, but I will be wishing my hardest that every thing turns out favorable for you.

Linda S. Socha said...

Having been somewhere similiar, I think,years ago
I may understand a bit. You are in my thoughts.

One things I know for sure....This really will pass. I wish the best resolution for you DB

a corgi said...

DB, I am so sorry you are going through this. I don't know why they are making such a big stink about this too. You have been faithfully paying amounts....makes no sense. The identity theft stuff I'm involved with, with bills outstanding with no payments for a long period of time, is not getting this much attention; have no idea why they are hassling you like this


Selchie said...

Hi Db, I just wanted to say that my best wishes are with you today, will be sending out prayers for a good outcome.


salemslot9 said...

add this to my
'Summer Quiz' entry:
help Db!

Indigo said...

Hang in there hon. Things will work themselves out. You're in my thoughts. (Hugs)Indigo

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Hey, DB, that is only a threat. Think about this.

Think of how many Millionaires and Billionaires or even countries who are into a bottomless of debt .... where they really taken all to court and moved to prison to get themselves rotten?

You only feel that way because you know you are an Honest Person.

Often this scrupulous people are plainly waging Psychological Financial Warfare to those whom they know are vulnerable.

Once in my life, when my ex left us and I took over the rental which my pay was not enough to cover everything, and left that place for another place, I was threaten by the Realtor to take me to court.

I asked, "how much did I owe you?"

The Realtor answered, "this much".

"Okay, I said. So that's how much I owe you.

Then I added, how many millionaires out there who owe money much much more than I owe you, tell me, where they taken to the court?"

The lady was dumbfounded. She could not say a word.

That settled it. I was in a predicament where I needed most help. But I approached no one to bail me out. So she had to contend to give me time to be able to sort out that mess that my ex left me.

So far, I managed to get out that stupid situation ... and I tried credit cards as well. It made things worst, so I gave it all up.

We struggled all these years, but now, am free! Whewww!

But that is life for you. We have to experience these things once in our life. So you are not alone.

The court is only peanut. Don't let that kill you. Stay as honest as you could. The court will determine your honesty and integrity. When you find favour in the eyes of the Lord, He will bail you out.

For now, deep breath and relax your nerves, lessen your worry.

Just submit it to the Will of the Lord. Try not forget Him. You'll do well.

I'll pray for you. And you pray too.

Ease up!