OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD 2012

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Emergency Fund

After picking up a check from a consignment store that was selling some of my stuff I am able to add 144 dollars to my Emergency Fund. The New Total is $3827.00 !!!!
The check was for about 160 dollars, but after tithing, I put the remainder in the Emergency Fund.

This close to Christmas, I am not expecting to make any additional payments except for the bi-weekly auto transfer from checking. But back on track in January.

5 comments:

D said...

I wish we had a consignment shop around here. We have plenty of antique stores, but sadly no consignments.

You must have awesome stuff to get that kind of money. I always look at my clothes and think - 50c at a garage sale.

I so envy your emergency fund. You are going to top it off soon!!

Lisa said...

I think it was more A LOT of stuff,, I collected dishes and kitchen ware from the 40's and 50's for about 10 years.

I just had no more room for all of it. We built a shed for what I could not part with.

Dimes said...

Wow, that's a great emergency fund. I'm impressed!

Lisa said...

Thanks!

Lisa said...

I think it was more A LOT of stuff,, I collected dishes and kitchen ware from the 40's and 50's for about 10 years.

I just had no more room for all of it. We built a shed for what I could not part with.

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