We did actually sign our loan documents last night. It was crazy. It took an hour and 10 minutes. We had to sign everything and sign that we signed everything and then sign that those really were our signatures and then sign that we signed that it was our signature and then it had to be notarized and then we had to sign that it was notarized. Maybe I'm exaggerating...but maybe not! Several of the documents were aimed at making sure that we knew that we'd be in trouble if we defaulted on the loan. They may have threatened to take my kidney, Rhyans gallbladder and our firstborn child if we didn't pay up at the appropriate date but maybe it was something else. At least I think that's what they said. By that time we were 2/3rds into the ginormous stack of papers and I was feeling fairly dazed and confused. If she had slipped me a paper that said I was officially a giant burrito, I probably would have signed it. But at least we're done with that part!
7 years ago