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home depot card

May 27th, 2005 at 06:00 am

I figured out this morning that if we pay $130 a month for the Home Depot card, we'll have it paid off by the time the no payments no interest time is up. That should be a piece of cake. Tonight I'm going to set up automatic transfers on my bank's website so I won't have to think about it.

Got a surprise free pizza lunch at work yesterday - so that saved me a little cash.
Yet another house is for sale in my neighborhood. So far 6 houses have sold since we moved in three years ago! I don't know what's going on, but we're going to jump on that bandwagon.

The vet should call today with my kitty's test results. I called last night to followu up and was told the results had just come in but my doctor wasn't there. Fingers crossed - it could mean another surgery for my lovey dovey

1 Responses to “home depot card”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I have a suggestion for you. This is what I am doing with my Home Depot card.

    Instead of paying home depot, open an ING account & make $25. Make your Home Depot payments to your Ing account & earn interest. When the Home Depot bill is due to charge the interest, pay them with the money already budgeted from your ING account.

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