Checked off the list

Yesterday, I worked on taxes for my daughter and for us.  I had a business meeting.  My late afternoon appointment didn't show up.  In the meanwhile I got three of my crochet patterns posted on Ravelry, started a new pattern, which I'm pleased with the result, and spent time with Ken.  I posted a contest … Continue reading Checked off the list

Overloaded and Overwhelmed

Things are speeding up at my day job which is putting a stress on my writing and crocheting because I have so much I want to get done but I'm tired when I get home.  My pain level isn't helping but I'm hoping for milder weather in March. Mentally I have a long list of … Continue reading Overloaded and Overwhelmed

Eventful Week

Tuesday, Ken was on his way to work and got hit by a snow plow.  Don’t worry he is fine.  His truck is dinged up.  We all stayed home to keep an eye on him.  Fortunately, he had no negative side effects.  The rest of the week was quiet for the most part – thankfully.  … Continue reading Eventful Week

Tax Equity

Death and taxes.  Those are the things we are told are a certainty in life.  At some point we are all going to die - it is inevitable.  Taxes, however, seem to be a bit more questionable depending on who you are.  I know that with my small pay I pay about 25 - 28% … Continue reading Tax Equity

A Look Forward

I'm feeling a lot stressed out tonight.  I get all sorts of emails from my union and other political places and I try to be very conservative about what I pass on.  Today one of the things I got from my union was a link state employees can go to plug in their gross income … Continue reading A Look Forward

Long Weekend

I'm halfway through my weekend today.  Yesterday I ran errands with my daughter.  It was a normal pay week Saturday with grocery shopping and other errands.  Visited the Doc on Thursday and have another bottle of pain killers.  I'll see how well they work.  I'm not holding my breath though.  I've not taken any yet … Continue reading Long Weekend