Just got the confirmation from the IRS that my e-filed tax return has been accepted. To celebrate, we had pizza delivered !!
Yes, I know I boldly proclaimed a couple of weeks ago that I had to finish my taxes by March 23, or the poll tax for e-filing was going to go up by 20 dollars. I somehow thought killing myself and burning the old midnight oil was worth the 20 bucks.
nice. And certainly better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. (Who comes up with sayings like that anyway - sicko)
But...I did put together a fabulous, and I do mean fabulous fairy costume for a series of skits I was performing at a women's retreat. The leprechaun to my left was my teammate in the inaugural running of the "Indy 2.5" The paper plates were our steering wheels for our imaginary and invisible formula one racing cars.
And I saved at least 20 bucks by coming up with a costume mostly from my daughter's toy box.
The best part of the weekend...the skits were totally unscripted. It was all improvised. Sort of a "who's line is it anyway?" for Christian Women. Unfamiliar with that show? Oh please, if you have any sense of humor at all, find it. It's just got to be on the interweb somewhere.
My point is, sometimes you gotta get goofy. Sometimes, you gotta wear pink sparkly Tom's. Apparently though, my friend and teammate should never wear a leprechaun hat with attached fake beard...it gave her a rash.
Let's hear it then for gettin' the taxes done, gettin' my silly on, and the healin' properties of my friends "generations cold cream." (available at juventasproducts.com )
I raise a glass of iced tea, laced with "emergen-c" cranberry pomegranate flavor.