Coat: Urban Outfitters, Jeans: H&M, Shoes: Urban Outfitters
Today I was informed that I have a something criminal on my record.
Whatever my "record" is.
Apparently, I'm on the run trying to get out of paying off my credit card or something wacko.
So, I don't get to put my name on the loan papers for our house.
I kept signing all the papers with our realtor, but our lender kept removing my signature from the documents.
Today he came by to go over the final papers with us but awkwardly nodded me out of the room. Not gonna lie...
I kinda felt left out.
Once he left, Ian told me that the lender told him why I couldn't be on the loan and that it was because of my criminal credit record. And he didn't want me in the room because he wanted to tell Ian about my past without it being awkward...
This isn't just some random stranger that I'll never see again. He's a friend from church and I am soooooo embarrassed that he's been carrying around this perception of me for the last two months!
"Hi, I'm Sarah, Pastor Ian's wife. I'm in bunches of debt/frauding people and I'm still on the run so if you could please keep it hush-hush thanks."
I. Am. Humiliated.
But it's also kinda funny.
(And obviously a big mistake that we'll have to look into.)
On top of that he told Ian that he has not just good credit, but outstanding credit.
I always thought I had outstanding credit too, but apparently it's so bad that I can't even scribble my name on papers for a house I'm buying with my spouse.
1-800 bank number, we'll be calling you, pronto!
Tomorrow is our home inspection so, as long as there is nothing major and the seller doesn't back out between now and closing, THE HOUSE IS OURS! I will show pictures after closing in June. Believes it.