I feel like she looks tonight.
It’s 12:52 on April 15 and I HAVE SUBMITTED OUR TAXES!
It’s not really worthy of screaming in that I’ve always submitted our taxes on time (as do most people in the United States), but it completely snuck up on me this year. I started them in January but was missing a few forms, so I set it aside until, oh – say, THE LAST POSSIBLE MOMENT when I finally remembered I wasn’t done. I’m super smooth like that.
The good news is we’re expecting a check. The bad news is it’ll take the next six months to arrive since I waited so long.
Want to hear something fun? I recorded this because I love you. And I love them. And I love bleeding ears.
This was the first 20 seconds of our afternoon commute. Pleasant, no? It’s louder in person. It didn’t continue at this pitch and intensity the whole time. They save that for exceptional days. But for funsies, play it in a loop. Over and over again. Start at one minute. Work your way up to five, ten, even twenty minutes! I know you’ll like it!
In fairness, they do this, too…
Just not today.
You know what else is funsies? The fact that I got up in the middle of the night a few weeks ago to use the bathroom. When I came back to bed, Tahd got up to use the bathroom. When he came back, he asked me, “Did you know you left the faucet on?”
Um, no. Sure didn’t. Had he not gone to the bathroom himself, I would have left it on all night long.
Tell me…how does one forget to turn off a faucet?
Finally, watch this. It’s pretty much the best thing I’ve seen all month! I want to be Ria. With the infectious smile and the commercial hair dryer in my kitchen and trippy feet that land her in the water. That was my favorite moment!