Friday, May 25, 2007
Instead of trying to make sense out of something so nonsensical (like understanding why people choose to speak French,) I will just describe the flashes of dreams I recall. If anyone wants to analyze them, feel free, but don't be too disturbed when you figure out how messed up my head is.
That's about it, but here are a couple of pics of the dogs, I just realized I've never posted any.
This is Mason. He weighs about 108 lbs, and is a big sweetheart and scaredy-cat.
This ia Marley. She weighs about 35 pounds and is hyper as hell. If she doesn't like you, she will kill you.
Coming up soon: pictures from our first house party, and updates on the new J-O-B. Have a great long weekend, kids.
If her loan is not a qualifying one, that’s okay. She can still save even if it doesn’t qualify. She would just need to request a check when she wants to take the money out. This is how Upromise explains it:
Can I withdraw company contributions from my Upromise account without transferring them to a savings plan, and if so, how?
You can withdraw your Upromise contributions at any time during your membership. To withdraw company contributions from your Upromise account, submit a letter in writing to Upromise requesting a withdrawal from your Upromise account. The letter must state your full name and exact amount that you would like to withdraw, up to total amount available in your account, pending contributions are not eligible for withdrawal.
For the protection of our members, we require that your letter either be notarized or contain a Signature Guarantee if the withdrawal request is in excess of $200. A Signature Guarantee is a guarantee you can obtain from a financial institution, such as your bank, that your signature is yours and that it is genuine.
Withdrawal letters should be sent to:
ATTN: Customer Care
P.O. Box 55555
Boston, MA 02205-5555
Checks are sent once per calendar quarter, so you should typically receive your check within 12 weeks of your request being received.
So whether she has a qualifying loan or not, the best way to get your Upromise account linked to save for her is to have her send you an e-vite and then accept it. Then you can change your allocations once you’re linked to her.
I hope that makes sense, it’s sort of confusing to explain.