Well, the good news is: I no longer own property in Massachusetts.

Other good news is: I have some pretty awesome friends…

And on top of that: My man is my very best friend, and the best guy I could ever imagine being with (and he’s hot)…

And: somehow, even though I was very recently arguing with a bankruptcy attorney about why I *should* file bankruptcy, and even though I did not make my September mortgage payment on the Mass house because I finally came to terms with the fact that in order to buy groceries I would have to cut something out, and the house was my first choice of the place to default – even with that, somehow in the end my credit is still excellent…

And: in an America where so many, many people are suffering with unfortunate real estate decisions, and the inability to unload their burdens – I sold my home…

And: Even though it sold for a gigantic loss, it only took 4 thousand to close and make it a done deal…

And: Even though that 4 thousand was almost the very last penny we had – we had it…

Yes, when all is said and done, there is a lot of good news to think about. My friend Deb-B said I should fill my cup. “Think of all the good things,” she said “and fill your cup with them.”

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