Quick story illustrating that the Universe IS conspiring to help us…
My temporary housing
As you may know, I sold my house and will be closing in just a few weeks. Since I haven’t found my next home yet, I’ll be living in “temporary housing” (aka Heaven On Earth) beginning next week.
Because my financial advisor is also a local friend, I asked him what he would recommend for storage.
Here is our conversation:
Me: Mark, have you ever used a storage facility nearby? I have to find a place to put my stuff, while I find a new house.
Him: Linda, guess what I’m holding in my hand.
Me: I have no idea.
Him: A key for a storage unit. Guess why I’m holding it.
Me: I have no idea.
Him: Because I’m getting ready to put it in an envelope to mail to my friend who’s been renting it to me for $50/month. We don’t need it anymore. Do you want me to ask him if you can have it?
Me: Um, yes. please.
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