where wildly different is perfectly normal
Death and taxes
Death and taxes

Death and taxes


Well, no death, but my taxes are finally done. Ok, not done, but the damn paperwork is all in order so I can take ’em to my tax preparer. I refuse to do our taxes. I don’t have the skill, or the time, or the patience and I sure as hell don’t want to take the chance that I would screw them up. Which I would. Because I don’t have the skill, or the time, or the patience. So I have a huge honkin’ envelope with paper and a prayer that we don’t owe money. Please, oh please, a hefty refund. I finally wised up and included non-reimbursed/non-covered by insurance medical expenses. Holy Hell. That was a big number. Who knew? I don’t want to know what I missed in previous years ’cause this is the first year I FIGURED OUT THAT I COULD INCLUDE THESE. Live and learn. Duh. With any luck, I’ll know next week what it looks like, and shortly after that, have a (please oh please) hefty check direct deposited into our account. Gotta love e-file/direct deposit. Really, I live in a “NOW” world. Please, oh please, a hefty refund…. LOL

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