Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis
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Postage or Strog? An old lady's dilemma...

Filling out that tax thing turned out to be more of a deal that I had planned. I didn't have my IBM form and I had a devil of a time trying to get into the IBM pension website. And my search terms weren't working for my tax payments in the credit union's website. Fortunately, Mint wasn't not being nearly so persnickety. And then right in the middle, the house cleaner came.

So I shut it all down and bugged out. Got everything on my list done and when I got into the car at the last place, I checked the webcam and saw her going out the door all done. Nice. Home.

I finished up my swimsuit. The lining fabric is 2 way stretch, not 4 way and it was a bad decision to use it. But, I think it will still work. We'll find out tomorrow.

My baseball app - MLB @ Bat costs me something like $15 a year. I don't love it but I use it a lot so I pay. My subscription comes due on March 1. Today I got an email with a code for a free year of the Premium (the $115) version because I'm a member of the Diamond Club! Very cool. The good news is that the premium version includes tv broadcast of all the baseball games in the major leagues... except... the home Mariner games. (They are blacked out so that the advertisers on TV network that broadcasts the games have no competition.)

I have a big envelope of tax stuff to send to the CPA. I have no clue how much postage it needs. I could walk up to the post office which is about 4 windy, cold, blocks. And there's always a long line.

OR I could save my old lady strength and walk the 1.5 cold, windy blocks to 13 Coins. The special on Wednesdays is Beef Stroganoff.

Yes, I could do both but they are in opposite directions and I'm very nearly at my daily tracker goal already. Overkill and have I mentioned it's cold?

Tomorrow I can go to the other post office that has a self service counter... So, shocking no one, I'm sure, strog wins!!
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