Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Getting Back to It

You know what sucks about taking some time off from blogging to do whatever needs to be done?
Getting back to it.

I told myself I would start back to it Monday.
Than Tuesday rolled around and I had no idea for Ten Things Tuesday.
So, here is it - Wednesday- with me writing about the fact that I don't really have a clue what to write.

I feel that I have neglected this blog a little lately.
I know I have neglected Yummy Stuff A LOT lately.

I mean, it's not that I have just been sitting, idly by.
I did the taxes for my parents-inlaws and my brother-inlaw.
I offered to do them for my PIL.

Little did I know my FIL did my BIL's taxes and when I offered, my PIL accepted for all of them.
Yay!

My MIL thanked me immensely.
My BIL has not, which I was completely expecting.

But, you know those commercials-"Whoo Hoo, look at my big check"?
He's who they are talking about.
Makes me wonder if maybe I should cut my wages and have another kid.

Well, not really.
But, then again....


16 comments:

  1. so you do taxes??? I'm trying to get all the paperwork together. Every year I tell myself, I need to keep better records and be more organized.

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    1. Coffee Lady, I do my own. This year I did parents inlaws and they threw in their son who lives with them.

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  2. I got my done and back already

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    1. Adam, I did mine too. I was hoping more to get fluids changed on truck, but Uncle Sam had other ideas. My FIL was going to do theirs when he got out of the hospital, but that didn't work out so well.

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  3. We still have to get ours done. I could do them myself, but my husband thinks that H E R Block gets us more back. Go figure.

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    1. Munir, I do mine with Turbo Tax. I figure I am capable. All you do is put numbers in and it figures it for you. He should let you.

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  4. PIL? It's always good to see you!

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    1. Parents in law. That's sweet of you, Gail! It's always good to see you too.

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  5. I think I would choose blogging over taxes but at least you got it done.
    Happy to see you back

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    1. Mynx, I agree with you there. Thank you!

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  6. Blogging, while not nearly as much fun as MAKING another kid, beats the snot out of RAISING another kid. Cheaper, too.
    Keep writing.

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    1. I know, Al. As much as that nice earned income credit would be, it's not worth my sanity.

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  7. You should see my big check, Ruth - the one I sent to the IRS because I'm a single social worker living below the poverty line. Happy times! Not. I'm glad to see you back, though.

    xoRobyn

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    1. Robyn, I don't think I want to guess how much I will be sending to the IRS once my baby doesn't count anymore. I have to itemize on my state taxes just to pretty much break even now.

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