Ships at a distance

By CAITLIN SHETTERLY  |  May 9, 2007

But some day, somewhere, I hope that Cowboy and I will be in a place where we can buy a house or a car and pass a credit check without being stalled and me having to run to Dad to be a co-signer. This is the best I can do. I have no dowry, but I can clean up my credit with my eye on the prize of a real Platinum card that someday somewhere will have both our names on it.

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