On Houses

It's been said, "A boat is a hole in the water you throw money into."  Corollary: "There are two great days of owning a boat: The day you buy it and the day you sell it."

In my experience, the same is true of houses.  A house is a hole in the ground you throw money into.  But you own the hole, so it's okay.

Well, okay, after paying the bank 3x the purchase price over the term of a loan named after death, you own the hole.

Then, you decide you need a bigger/smaller hole in a same/different locale (It's like a MAD LIB!) and then you repeat the process.

Don't get me wrong, I love my house.  I just wish it wasn't so needy sometimes :-D

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