"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife

"Her Thing" - Episode 42: December 2, 2015 (IT'S NOT A SCAM)

April 26, 2021 Maria Lindbloom Season 1 Episode 42
"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife
"Her Thing" - Episode 42: December 2, 2015 (IT'S NOT A SCAM)
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"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife
"Her Thing" - Episode 42: December 2, 2015 (IT'S NOT A SCAM)
Apr 26, 2021 Season 1 Episode 42
Maria Lindbloom

IN THIS EPISODE:

I'm in a pretty positive mood in this episode, despite the uncertainty going on in my world. I have no tree up, no Christmas decorations up, just some pine scented oils diffusing. Barb, the owner of the house I wanted to rent, continued to be flaky. She first sent me an email stating that it might work out best if I rented while she put it on the market. That was a definite NO for me, as I wasn't going to risk spending all that time and money moving in only to have to move back out again if the home sold. When I told her that, she had her ex call me. He said that admittedly, Barb and her friends all thought I was a scam. That was ludicrous, given the fact that the police did a background check on me and I actually drove out to meet her. He agreed, and said he'd talk to her, but it would be helpful if I sent her all of my credentials, referrals, and ID info. Which I did--whatever it took to move the process along. Eventually, she sent me another email and said okay. Let's do this. She'll have her attorney draft up a lease for two years, with the home off the market. And she suggested I come back out the next weekend to have one more look at it and bring my deposit. I thankfully agreed.

Also, I had a moment of regret sending out that Christmas box with the voice message on a thumb-drive and letter to our friend that I had a falling out with. I was starting to see that the whole thing was pretty ridiculous, and knew it wouldn't make any difference anyway.

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Show Notes

IN THIS EPISODE:

I'm in a pretty positive mood in this episode, despite the uncertainty going on in my world. I have no tree up, no Christmas decorations up, just some pine scented oils diffusing. Barb, the owner of the house I wanted to rent, continued to be flaky. She first sent me an email stating that it might work out best if I rented while she put it on the market. That was a definite NO for me, as I wasn't going to risk spending all that time and money moving in only to have to move back out again if the home sold. When I told her that, she had her ex call me. He said that admittedly, Barb and her friends all thought I was a scam. That was ludicrous, given the fact that the police did a background check on me and I actually drove out to meet her. He agreed, and said he'd talk to her, but it would be helpful if I sent her all of my credentials, referrals, and ID info. Which I did--whatever it took to move the process along. Eventually, she sent me another email and said okay. Let's do this. She'll have her attorney draft up a lease for two years, with the home off the market. And she suggested I come back out the next weekend to have one more look at it and bring my deposit. I thankfully agreed.

Also, I had a moment of regret sending out that Christmas box with the voice message on a thumb-drive and letter to our friend that I had a falling out with. I was starting to see that the whole thing was pretty ridiculous, and knew it wouldn't make any difference anyway.

Support the show (http://paypal.me/mlindbloom989)