The website was called Bankruptcy Saves Lives.
As I mentioned at the end of my previous post, those words had seemed too good to be true.
But as I began reading, and continued reading, I was astounded and dumbfounded.
So this is what bankruptcy actually was?
An hour or so passed as I read for the first time – but certainly not the last time – what Bankruptcy Saves Lives explained.
And when I was finished, I was still astounded and dumbfounded.
But as well, I was hopeful.
I’d found the best answer to my problem.
(ITSA permitting, of course).
Shortly after midnight, Tuesday 21 December, 2010.
Thanks to Bankruptcy Saves Lives, I went to bed with the greatest peace of mind I’d had in a while.
As well, I’d given myself my first task for the new year of 2011, which was now only 11 days away: petition for voluntary bankruptcy.
I’d just made one of the biggest decisions of my life.
Within the next 12 hours, two incidents would reinforce that decision.
But that’s another story.
Until next time, stay well and stay care 🙂