They seemed very happy to be here.
The first byword is that lending to family and friends on a handshake is probably one of the most speculative investments you'll ever make.
Let's say Susie and Bob show up to the family picnic. He's got a new Coleman stove, he owes you money, and you're doing the slow burn.
Long term, what's the impact? Is it worth getting $300 back and having your niece never speak to you, or is it a lesson learned on both parts and you move on?
[Probably the riskiest thing you can do is to either co-sign a loan or borrow money to lend to someone else.] That truly is much worse, ... That's a real bad idea.
They're not going to be real sympathetic for you staying at the old rate.
Read your mail. Read your mail. Read your mail.
That truly is much worse. That's a real bad idea.
We're only a few months into this. We knew going into it that it was something that is part of the mission that we're supposed to do.
If you really want to make it easy on yourself, put a calendar, pens and pencils, stamps and envelopes in that 30 day basket so everything is in one place when you sit down to work.
It's really a message of hope and belief. Father Hedges took an old old tradition and brought it back to life.