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I'm really scared lately. There are so many things I am uncertain about:

I don't know when my old passport and new passport application will finally show up at the State Dept. to be processed so I can go on my honeymoon. It's lost in the mail.

I don't know if we can find a mortgage that will work for us, what it will be like, or where it will be. The mortgage company we were talking to went kaput and we're scrambling. EDIT:Isn't THIS comforting? NOT!!!

I don't know what house will work for us, and the real estate agent phoenixredux wants to use won't show us any 'til we get financing sorted out. I really want to get out there and see them and build up some knowledge about the possibilites, and showings are difficult enough to schedule as it is with our schedules and everything else going on.

There are more things to be planned for the wedding too that need to be figured out. And my mom keeps driving me crazy trying to control things.

What I do know is that I'll get married to phoenixredux on September 1st at 3:00 at the Dakota Lodge. That's not a lot of comfort to me right at the moment, as its kind of the source of all this other stress. But it is one thing I'm certain of, and I know I'm happy about it.


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Aug. 11th, 2007 01:41 am (UTC)
I wouldn't worry too much about the mortgage "meltdown". It's bad news for those who would invest in mortgage instruments and the banks, but for a person seeking to buy a home, it won't mean much, so long as that person has fairly good credit. Lock in a good fixed rate (no ARMs), make sure you aren't on a "sub-prime" loan, and that the property is fairly valued. Bad news for lenders can often mean good news for borrowers. And it might mean that a lot of cut-rate places could enter the market, soon.
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