Friday, April 15, 2005

Okay, I got the correction done and sent off for Counting Raindrops. I have confidence that she's not coming back. "She's gon-na make it af-ter allllll!!!!" LOL And the good news is that I've gotten through 17 items of the original 30 items on my to-do list. The bad news is that the list increased daily (as I remember things) and the total list is up to 58 things to do. However, I did break this list into "Must Do or Die" and "Need to do ASAP." So, of the MUST DO list, I've completed 17 of 30, so I'm more than halfway done. Might be able finish up this weekend!

One thing I don't have to worry about today is taxes. Today's the deadline, but I had my tax guy to file an extension on my behalf. I haven't even gotten to the box that has all my receipts yet, so I can't even begin to organize for taxes. I gave up doing my own taxes last year. It was just getting to be too much. Before that, I filed EZ for years! But then with the addition of the condo I owned for a short period of time before moving for the 6th time (I don't know why I bought anything with the way I move), then the business, I had to turn it over to someone else. Last thing I need is to get audited then hit with back taxes for erroneous deductions. And now, moving to Missouri where they got a whole new set of tax laws...I mean! Counting your CAR as personal property and paying tax on it?! If there were decent high rises right across the river in Illinois, I would have moved there instead! So, as it is, taxes are on the top of the Must Do ASAP list. The longer I put if off, the longer it will take me to do it.


princessdominique Fri Apr 15, 12:29:00 PM EDT  

I need a "Do or Die" list. Aint nothing worse than making you way down the "to do" list then to find yourself steadily adding things on. It's an endless cycle I'm afraid.

Shelia Sun Apr 17, 01:16:00 AM EDT  

Whew, girl your list is long and I thought I was busy. I like your approach: "Must Do or Die" and "Need to do ASAP." Lists.