Cheery's country living adventure

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  • Baileys_BabeBaileys_Babe Forumite
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    Congratulations Cheery, well done on getting the funding.
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    One income, home educating family 
  • themadvixthemadvix Forumite
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    I hope the chicken vet visit goes well.
  • KarmacatKarmacat Forumite
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    Congratulations!
    Downsized and paid off mortgage 2010
    Retired August 2016
    Paid off French mortgage September 2018
    New kitchen fully installed June 2019
    Not counting this! 2020
    Garden fencing completed, woohoo 2021..........
    October 2021: aiming for £5,000 new money for premium bonds or a car.
  • rtandon27rtandon27 Forumite
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    Well done Cheery!  So happy to hear your good news xox
    4 YEARS 10 MONTHS DEBT FREE!!! (24 OCT 2016)
    (With heartfelt thanks to those who have gone before us & their indubitable generosity.)
    ...and now I have a mortgage! (23 AUG 2021)
    19 YEARS 7 MONTHS LEFT OF 20 YEARS
  • Cheery_DaffCheery_Daff Forumite
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    Thank you all, I am over the moon! Although the amount of work involved has just started to sink in 😮😂

    Vet trip went surprisingly well - we took both older ladies and I reckon they were much more relaxed being together than alone, which makes sense. Both seem to be doing fine! One is going back in 3 months (vet isn't sure if her lump is scar tissue or a tumour, but it hasn't grown in the last 6 weeks so that's good news). 

    Home now, and since we left at 3.30 we've acquired a big pile of wood in the garden, and a big load of copper pipe in the kitchen. Most exciting! 
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