Interestingly, they didn’t tow away the bike even when I failed to pay up the installments after 3 months.
All they did was to call me up and ask me when I can settle the payment, and each time I’d tell them the next day. Funny enough they bought it each time too.
It wasn’t that I wanted to hold their money but rather it was mine — I wanted to hold mine and bike installments is one of those arrears where it’s still not so bad even if you don’t pay up after a month, or three in this case.
So yesterday I coughed up enough to settle the payments for 4 months instead, which includes the next’s, where at the same time, I’m finally debt free of that bike shop.
You know it does feel good to have that debt free feeling, and though I always recommend people to learn to leverage or stretch their dollar, there’s this satisfacton and no-strings attached sentiments when you’re paying off your final installments.
It’s that good.
So one commitment down, but everytime you settle one, more crops up, and that just seem to be the way of the world we live in eh?
It’s as if noone in their right mind would want to see you relaxed and free and everytime you’re sitting there, shaking the legs, someone will inevitably walk up to you and start asking for something from you, or worse, starts telling you the mistakes that you’ve done and expects you to rectify it.
Just typical eh, that nobody wants to see you doing nothing and still enjoying yourselves at it.
Oh btw, the iPhone 4 will be on sale 30th of the month. Hmmmmm…