Thank you to everyone for being here today to pay tribute to my student loans. I know that many of you have traveled from out of town to be here and it means a lot to me and Hubs. Seeing so many loving friends and relatives here is a reflection on how my student loans lived their life and what type of support they provided.
My student loans were the hardest working loans I’ve ever had. My loans cared a lot about my career and worked very hard to provide a solid education. They taught me the importance of hard work while building a financial foundation.
My student loans didn’t have a long life. Shortly after they made it through law school, they were infected with the Kate strand of Financial Fortitude. This particular strain was exceptionally lethal. Typical symptoms include: dual incomes, living off roughly 50% of your income and strong determination. Please take heed, various strains of FF are spreading through the community.
I couldn’t have asked for better student loans. No matter what the situation, my loans always had a positive attitude. They gave me money when I needed it and got me through 6 months of unemployment. I won’t miss my loans but I am glad that we were able to spend such quality time together. I will never forget them. Their memory will live on in all of us forever.
May my Loans Rest in Peace.
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