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Catching Up & Checking In

June 9th, 2018 at 01:13 pm

A few weeks ago I wrote a pretty long blog summing up my past few months & it appears it was never posted. Don't you hate when they happens?

My last entry was in February & since then the following things have happened:

Took a trip to Greece & New York in March. It was a wonderful experience, perfect weather in Greece. I got to experience my first St. Patrick's Dqy parade in New York & take in some great Broadway shows including the preview shows of Mean Girls & My Fair Lady. Also saw, Chicago which never gets old.

I filed my taxes and owed over $4k. Ouch. I'm on a 120 day payment plan & have to pay it off by the end of July. I knew I would owe, but wasn't planning on paying nearly that much.

April was fairly quiet. Last month I had two deaths in the family, one expected as my grandmother was in the final stages of dementia, and the other unexpected as my younger cousin died suddenly. It was a rough couple of weeks there.

I'm hoping that June will be better.I am not planning on taking any trips this summer. I am preparing for my biannual lab inspection & planning some fun in between working my two jobs.

I have a couple of trips planned for the fall, to Seattle & Vancouver, and possibly a winter trip to NYC.

3 Responses to “Catching Up & Checking In”

  1. CB in the City Says:

    That's weird, because I feel like I remember reading it! I'm very sorry about the two deaths in your family -- so hard when they come so close together, and when at least one is unexpected. My condolences.

  2. pjmama Says:

    So sorry to hear about the losses in your family. I hope you're all handling it as well as you can.

    Sounds like you had some great travel, however - and plenty to look forward to. Hope things stay quiet!

  3. rob62521 Says:

    So sorry about your losses of family. Hope you have peace and comfort.

    Wonderful trips you've enjoyed and now some to anticipate!

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