I wish I'd counted ours. It wasn't quite that many. Frank's started to receive quite a few....mostly based on a frequent flyer account in his name. Don't they realize he has no (or a very small) income? Ernest also has a frequent flyer account -- where are his offers? Just wondering.
No link for this, but are your credit card companies reducing your limits?
Not here yet. I called one company to ask for an interest rate reduction...they grudgingly gave me a tiny reduction but were exceedingly quick to offer a credit limit increase. All my other credit cards have sent letters with checks for balance transfers, to make me charge more. So my experience is not normal, according to the news.
Are you doing your own taxes or hiring an accountant?
Let's see: massive stress and anxiety on my part, vs. writing a reasonably sized check to our accountant who takes care of the whole thing? We also have the rental of my mother's house, which requires weird depreciations that I am not willing to comprehend. And our accountant? I've know him since first grade. So yeah, we will keep the accountant. Forever.
Does your job challenge you enough?
Pshaw. (Used to indicate impatience, irritation, disapproval, or disbelief.) You know how impossible your own children can be? Imagine that times, whatever? 16? 32? 100? I had to stop a foursquare game today because the participants were too... Crazy? Unsportsmanlike? Mean? And this was only foursquare. ...This is why they've had no soccer for most of January.
Does Guitar Hero World Tour challenge you?
Ernest's been playing Rondo alla Turca on the piano for like, forever, but now there's a guitar version. "That Rondo was really REALLY hard, " he said, "in case you're writing about it." Yes, I am. "Blog THAT, mom." (Not quite stealing Cheri's title.)
Bruce? at halftime? I'll watch him.
Ernest and I are slightly past midway through a Lost marathon. He politely requested that I do not watch the 8:15 recap. (So I'm only linking, not embedding.)
I don't know how long I can keep that promise. Many of you may know that I like to read the ending of books before I finish them (I like to know where I am going). This is an ongoing battle between Ernest and me. I promised him I would not peek at the end of Harry Potter (AND I DIDN'T) but he didn't finish the book, either.
Will we have an issue over me watching the new season of Lost? I've lost a couple weeks already. I'm going to put my leopard-clad foot down next week and say YES, I'm watching, and he can just leave the room. Because we've had 4 years to watch
The joys of not having a toddler.
Yes. You, the parent. Your wishes can occasionally come first for a change.
Mwa ha ha. If I could get that into a bigger font, I would.