It's a win, win!
Originally Posted by Lazer Cut
Thanks man!!! I was with my kid's mom for 2.5 years and I thought I had the right one ha. This relationship I have now is something so different... I'm 21 and she is about to be 24... has her act together... (bought a house at 22, car paid for in cash... savings account building up) she has been doing really well for herself... and is very open with me and my son... she she's herself as another member to the family and treats my son as her own... so meeting someone that understood me and what I work for was awesome. She's a keeper that's for sure.
She has no idea I bought her a ring... I've been playing the money is tight past 2-3 months because I was saving up for it... so she'll def have a christmas to remember!
and if she doesnt say yes (God forbid) then I'll have me a nice zero turn ha!
That's awesome to hear. I'm jealous you have someone that really has her stuff together! More so than I do! Still live with my parents, unfortunately, I'm searching for houses as I type this, just need another year or so and a couple big profited installs for a 10-20% down payment and I should be set. My truck is definitely not paid for either! Lol.
So we're the same age, I had thought you were a little bit older than I am but I was wrong. I pretty much quit trying to find girls because all I'd end up with is a girl that's dumb as hell and doesn't understand anything in regards to real life. A girl that's a couple years older or the same age and has gone through school has a career or a business of her own and most important, has the maturity level I have, would be ideal, but extremely tough to find!
How'd yall meet?
'01 Chevy 2500 HD ECLB w/ 8.1 - 06 Tow Mirrors, 285s, Torsions Cranked, Rear Airbags, Flowmaster Dual Exhaust
Exmark & Scag Mowers
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In business since Feb 2011.
21 Years Old.
Originally Posted by PR0 TURF
My advice is: Figure out what you are good at...and do ALOT of it.
A company's success is not measured by "the number of accounts" it has.