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Memoirs of a Lunatic

The title almost says it all. I'm a little insane, like all folks, and I'm just putting down what I think about. Maybe some of it is funny, maybe some of it isn't. Just come read and find out for yourself.

Sunday, December 31, 2006

Delicious

Oh, the Steeler victory today was so delicious. Not only does it keep us from having a losing record this year (we finished 8-8), it also made the Bengals finish 8-8 and made them miss the playoffs.

The game went to over time and on the third play, Roethlisberger his Santonio Holmes for a 67 yard touchdown catch that won the game. After the play, Santonio (an Ohio State alum) threw up an O-H to the Cincinnati crowd.

Santonio Holmes' Game Winning Touchdown

This game won me a lunch, too. However, the person who was pulling for Cincinnati doesn't have to pay up. She just transferred the lunch that the Browns fan who she beat already owed her. It doesn't make me too sad... I still get a good meal for free!

I'm really glad that the Steelers didn't go from Super Bowl champs to having a losing record! 8-8 may be like kissing your sister, but at least it isn't like licking her butt!

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Saturday, December 30, 2006

New Computer

Well, I went and spent my two Best Buy gift cards. I had to pitch in some bonus money, too, but the end result was that I got a computer that has twice the processor speed and three times the hard drive space.

The good news is that I saved mad cash. The computer normally sells for $364.00 for the tower. Best Buy had a deal where if you picked up a 17" CRT monitor and a photo printer, they would sell them all to you for $349.00.

That means it was like they paid me $15.00 just to take those other two items home!!! I didn't really need either, but it never hurts to have more stuff and I liked the price reduction! Additionally, I got to apply $55.00 in gift cards, so I just had all kinds of deals.

I'm pretty happy with it right now. I've still got some tweaking to do to my setup (and I really need to get a computer desk), but right now is pretty good times.

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At 12/31/2006 11:45 PM, Blogger Gooey said...

So . . . do you need your iMac anymore? ^_^ \/

 
At 1/02/2007 12:36 AM, Blogger Guru said...

Of course I do!!! Getting rid of my Mac would mean that I would only have a minimum of 3 working computers in the house at any given time and I just can't have that!!!! :-)

I do feel bad for you, though, reading about your recent bad luck in the computer department.

 

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Friday, December 29, 2006

Long Day

We got up this morning at 5:30am and headed out at 6am to drop off our kids and head to Pennsylvania. My grandmother died this week and her funeral was at 11am today in PA so I worked my butt off to get caught up at work and took a bereavement day today to attend.

We spent the day with family and are now at a Holiday Inn Express halfway between PA and home and I'm posting this via the requisite free (well, included in price) wireless internet connection.

I'm beat, so it is off to relax for me...

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Thursday, December 28, 2006

Click

Click

So, I watched Click last night. Lo had already seen it, but watched it with me anyway. When the part arrived where she had guessed the ending in the theater, she noted it, and I knew the ending then, too. I had wondered if that could be the ending a split second before she said that, however, I don't know that I would have been certain enough to announce it without being prompted.

The movie was cute, but really was more of a downer and I ended up not really enjoying it that much. I definitely won't buy it and I probably will never watch it again.

Any other opinions out there on this movie?

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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Productive Day

Wow. Today was a pretty productive day. I added several features to existing products, deploying four new versions to either test or prod. Nothing says productive like code releases, huh?

Okay, so I only had to work until 7:30pm, but so what, right? :-)

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Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Always a Bridesmaid...

Again, for the second doggone year, I have come in second (ie First Loser) in my fantasy league. My entire team decided to take a dump and not score any touchdowns while my opponent had 2 players almost double their season totals in one game!!!!

Must... Try ... Harder...

Guru7777's Final Fantasy Standings

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Monday, December 25, 2006

Merry Christmas

In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. (This was the first census that took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria.) And everyone went to his own town to register.

So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town of David, because he belonged to the house and line of David. He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child. While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.

And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord. This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger."

Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the angel, praising God and saying, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men on whom his favor rests."

When the angels had left them and gone into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, "Let's go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has told us about."

So they hurried off and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby, who was lying in the manger. When they had seen him, they spread the word concerning what had been told them about this child, and all who heard it were amazed at what the shepherds said to them. But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart. The shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the things they had heard and seen, which were just as they had been told.


Luke 2:1-20 NIV

Happy Birthday, Jesus
Nativity Scene In Sugar

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Sunday, December 24, 2006

Fantasy Super Bowl

Today is the day. After killing my last opponent in the fantasy playoffs 105-55, I'm ready for today to get down. I finished first in the regular season, but my opponent (who finished 6th and was the last seed in the playoffs) has got quite a hot lineup right now, too.

I was the league's top scoring team (by 101 points more than the next guy... whatever), but my opponent was third in scoring and has really come on recently. He's got Drew Brees, who is quite the fantasy scorer. However, I've got LaDainian Tomlinson - so I ain't skurred.

Time to lock in to the TV and cheer my guys to victory and see if all of my hard work (hee, hee) has paid off this season!

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Saturday, December 23, 2006

OMG

Look. I hate to shop. Freaking hate it. With a passion. Yet, that is what I did today for hours upon end. Lo and I dropped the kiddies off at various locations and hit every furniture store on or near the east side of Columbus. We ended up making a few purchases and spending a little less than a third of my bonus check. However, we've really needed this stuff and really also only need to buy two more things before we can decide how much we have left to spend on an HDTV (which I think we'll be able to get a pretty nice one!!!).

We'll see. I may also get lots of buyer's remorse and not want to spend all the money on expensive stuff. I'm wishy-washy about big-ticket items, that is for sure!!!

Let me also clarify that though I hate shopping, it was nice to spend some time with Lo kid free. It is just a shame that we had to waste it shopping!!! At least we had dinner at Outback Steakhouse. That was good!!!

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Friday, December 22, 2006

Stress Over, For Now

Ahhhhhh. The feeling of the weight of the stress being lifted is good times. I delivered my project today for first prototyping and it worked great. I'm sure that they will have lots of suggestions, but the important thing is that it works and that it meets minimum functionality and it was on time.

The guy who does deployments was off today, so I had to nail this last night. If I had a bug that caused it not to work in production, I would have been screwed, because I couldn't redeploy (I didn't know he was off before 2 days ago, or I would have tried to get done earlier).

However, it turns out that I introduced no bugs. Client has now seen it and sent out an update that this milestone in the project has been met. [jamaican accent]Noooo Problem, mon[/jamaican accent].

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At 12/23/2006 9:24 AM, Blogger Witness Street said...

Guru! I'd like to wish you and your loved ones a very merry Christmas! I hope you're not offended, but let's forget the working life momentarily! Hehe. Celebrate the merry spirit with wine and cheese, and let's talk and blog about the joy that the season brings.

Cheers!!!

 

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Thursday, December 21, 2006

Three Day Weekend

I have a three day weekend bearing down on me, but all it has done is ended up increasing my stress level. People are taking off for the holidays and it is just causing me to have to deal with a lot of stupid crap and a lot of stupid deadlines because of it. If only we were a large enough company to have full coverage backups (on people, not data - our data is covered!), this wouldn't be an issue.

But, alas it is, and I fear that I am going to look like a butt hole tomorrow to the client because of it.

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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Tough Day

Today was a pretty tough day. More long hours at work, more of me not being able to even look at my own work until almost 5pm because I'm helping others with their work, and throw into the mix some stupid customers and you can understand why I threw half of my turkey sandwich across the room and splattered it on the wall. Can't ya?



ps I cleaned it up, no worries!

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At 12/21/2006 9:16 AM, Blogger Alex said...

I feel your pain, man.

I spent an hour yesterday with two other programmers in my office explaining my error handling methods and using the stackframe class, the emailing of errors to my inbox using .NET, and accessing active directory to retrieve the users name and email address, and using that information as part of the email message.

An hour, which I could have spent actually doing the work I am supposed to be doing.

 

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Tuesday, December 19, 2006

The Switch is On!

I've taken the plunge and switched my blog from the old Blogger engine to the new Blogger Beta engine that has now come out of beta.

I'm writing this in Notepad while the switch is going on. I didn't bother to back up my stuff, so hopefully Google knows what they are doing and I won't lose the last 2.5 years of my life!!!! I guess you will know if you are reading this, but I'm a bit nervous as I type. We'll see how it goes.

I have no plans to update my look yet. I just updated it mainly for the improved publishing features.

It is done. Posts are there, but OUCH. It looks like everyone who commented before, yet has not yet updated show up as Anonymous. I hope that it is able to fix the problem as people upgrade. It is a very annoying side effect!

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At 12/20/2006 8:20 AM, Blogger Alex said...

Dude, I updated over a week ago and I'm showing as anonymous on your comments? What the?

 
At 12/20/2006 9:30 AM, Blogger Guru said...

I don't know. You are showing up as you now for new comments. Maybe Blogger sucks at life at translating old comments and I've just lost the history of people who have said stuff to me :-(

 
At 12/20/2006 6:27 PM, Blogger Gooey said...

I updated weeks ago. Now I just need to update my blog, which hasn't been updated in weeks.

 

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Monday, December 18, 2006

Holiday Party

WOW! My company really knows how to throw a shindig. My boss spared no expense to make sure that we had the best time ever!

We started off at Dave and Busters. We were all given wristbands and everyone (employees and spouses) was allowed to have anything from the bar and any appetizer that they wanted. There were no limits.

Then, we were put into teams and guided around the place to play select games against each other. After the challenge was over, we were given cards to go play whatever games that we wanted. By the time that we had to leave to go to dinner, I was "wasting" credits trying to play a claw game just to not leave anything on the card.

Next up was dinner at Stoney River. We got a private room and were given a custom menu with some excellent selections. The reason for the custom menu was that the restaurant needed to make sure that it could prepare the amount of food that we would order. The bar was again made fully available to us, and a few of my co-workers really used that fact to the fullest!

Before we ordered, our CEO gave us a "state of the company" speech. I knew most of the information in the presentation, but it was mostly for the new people and all of our spouses. Then it was time for the food.

I ordered the prime rib and it was phenomenal (a word our waiter used often). J Alexanders had been my favorite prime rib, but the Stoney River prime rib takes the title. My wife got the coffee soaked fillet and it was phenomenal. They soaked the fillet in a coffee solution for 5 hours and then pan seared each side for only a few seconds. The steak is then baked in an oven to finish preparation. The result is a steak that has no coffee taste, yet once you bite in, you can practically drink the steak. I can see why it is their most popular steak.

We hung out all night (thanks to G and Trin watching our kids - thx guys!) as people posted up at the bar after getting shooed out of the private room so that they could clean up. I happen to know what the total bill for the restaurant was, and I can only guess what it was at Dave and Busters. However, I'm sure that knowing what we spent ($30.00 for a little glass of port? I would never!), I can easily say that we spent more than I gross in 3 months.

Our Alabama employee and his wife were flown in, a bus was made available to drive people around, and the out of town employees had rooms at the Embassy Suites (which others were allowed to stay at, given some of their condition ... I don't know if anyone did).

It was a great night and certainly one that I would not have been able to provide myself. I am sincerely grateful for what was provided to us. I probably work for the best company in the world!!!

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At 12/19/2006 9:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can I come work for you guys?

 
At 12/19/2006 9:30 AM, Blogger Guru said...

When do you graduate? I'd seriously get you in here. We have some entry level stuff available and will probably when you graduate.

I would at least get your resume looked at, probably get you an interview.

 

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Sunday, December 17, 2006

Steelers Finally Doing It

Santonio Holmes Returning a Punt For a TD

That picture above is OSU's own Santonio Holmes (now a Steeler, of course) returning a punt for a TD, his first of those in his NFL career.

After starting 2-6, my Steelers have gone 5-1 to pull themselves up to .500. Today's 37-3 butt-whooping of the Carolina Panthers was a good example of how the Steelers have been playing of late.

Big Ben didn't turn the ball over and threw for less than 200 yards. He didn't need yards because Willie Parker got almost 200 of those on the ground. And with our defense only giving up a field goal, we didn't need to do anything but control the clock and kick the crap out of some fools in the trenches.

Things seem to be going well for my Steelers right now. Ideally, I'd like to see them win out and go 9-7, but even 8-8 wouldn't be bad considering how they started.

I have a mindset that I got from a columnist in ESPN The Magazine a few years ago. I believe that if your team wins its sport's championship (as the Steelers did last year), then you really can't complain for about 5 years. With that in mind, anything but a losing season is icing on the cake!!!

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Saturday, December 16, 2006

In Jim We Trust

Another great one from Alex.

Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us

Go Bucks!!!

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At 12/17/2006 8:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you notice Woody Hayes signature on the front of the bill? Very well thought out!

 

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Friday, December 15, 2006

Review Update

Well, I got the darn thing. All is well and they had tons of good things to say to me. I don't want to go into too much details about it, but I feel like I can safely say that they are really happy with me. I'm happy with them, too, so it is a good fit!

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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Review

I'm a bit nervous. I get my review tomorrow and I'll learn what my year-end bonus and raise are going to be. I got tipped off a bit tonight on my year end bonus and honestly it is about double of what I was even kind of hoping for. We should be able to get the couches, computer desk, armoire (for the TV in our room), bunk beds, new glasses for me, tithe, and still have some left over. Obviously, not the most expensive of all of those things, but still. Pretty exciting, huh?

The raise is the one that I am nervous about. I have something that I am hoping for here, too, and it isn't the amount that I've joked that I was hoping for at work, but it is more than the standard "corporate" raise.

Then again, maybe I'm overpaid and my raise will be small. Who knows? And it is the not knowing that is killing me!!!

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At 12/15/2006 9:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good luck!

 

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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

House

Because I worked late last night, I just got to watch this week's House from my DVR. I'm really tired of the House drug case trial. Now it looks like the new episode (not ready to start for 4 weeks!), will send House actually to the courthouse to stand trial now that his plea deal has fallen through.

I hope that this spells the end of this storyline. Much like the arc with the rich chairman of the board in the first season, this cop is only here to be a foil for House and I don't really like it. Are people really clamoring for this?

What do you guys want? Do you want this kind of drama on House, or are the internal dynamics and interesting patients enough to keep you going?

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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

The Gator Hunter

It has been a busy day (I'm still at work), so I'll leave you with this image that Alex sent me:

The Gator Hunter

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Monday, December 11, 2006

Troy Smith Is My Hero

Troy Smith with his Heisman
How great was Saturday night? Troy Smith capped off our (so far) dream season by being Ohio State's first Heisman winner since Eddie George in 1995. If OSU manages to win the title game against Florida, this might be the greatest season in Ohio State history. We would have a perfect record, the national title, the Heisman, and a win over Michigan. A perfect season.

Adding to Troy Smith's perfect season is the fact that he is the first Ohio State QB to beat Michigan 3 times in 70 years and he has grown up so much over his college career really adds to the specialness of this award. I couldn't be more proud to be a Buckeye fan!!!

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Sunday, December 10, 2006

The Nativity Story

The Nativity Story

So, I went and checked out The Nativity Story last night. I thought that it was very good and pretty true to the text. One thing that they fudged on was that the wise men were not at the nativity. They did not arrive until Jesus was about 2. It was then that Herod ordered the death of children under two and then that Jesus' family fled to Egypt. I understand the time line change in the movie, for the sake of moving the movie along.

The number of wise men was also not mentioned in the Bible, but they went with three (the traditional number, usually assumed because of the number of gifts). I'm okay with that, though. I'll tell you what, they probably were among my favorite characters in the movie. Very, very funny.

This movie will be a Christmas classic for years to come.

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Saturday, December 09, 2006

Happy Birthday, Lo

Lo's 27th Birthday

Today is my wife's 27th birthday! Happy Birthday, honey! She just told me a little bit ago that if she could be one age for the rest of her life, she has always thought that it would be 27. So, with that in mind, I hope that she has the best year ever this year!

She is sure to blog about her day later, so I won't tell too much of our day right here, but I hope that she has a really good day.

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At 12/09/2006 3:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy birthday!
Wackeroo

 
At 12/11/2006 10:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, to be 27 again...

 
At 12/12/2006 9:49 AM, Blogger loelsh said...

Yeah, cause it was such a long time ago that you were 27, right?

 

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Friday, December 08, 2006

New PTO Policy

Since I work for a small company, we have PTO instead of sick days, personal days, and vacation days. The old rule was that you got 15 days (plus the additional 8 holidays that we get) every calendar year from your start date. These days couldn't roll over.

The new move is that our days start over on January 1 and we get to roll our days over now. So, my prorated allowance from April to December was 12 days. I have only taken 3 of those, so I get to roll over 9 days. Add that to my 15 and now I'll have 24 days at my disposal for next year. How cool?

Of course, I probably won't take all of those and I'll end up rolling even more over. There is currently no limit to rolling over, so that is pretty nice. Now, if I just had some vacation that I wanted to go on, I could take the time off. As it is, I like my job enough that I haven't been "fake sick" or just taken a week off to relax.

It certainly is a different way to work.

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Thursday, December 07, 2006

Thursday Night

I have nothing interesting to blog about, yet my "blog a day" trend compels me to write. I'm following the Steelers v. Browns game on the internet and am excited because the Steelers are killing them 24-0. Delicious.

I am also talking to one of my co-workers online about a billion dollar idea for a company product and listening to Reba in the background.

This past Saturday, I watched The Godfather II for the first time. It was pretty good, and I'm not sure if I like it better than the original. It has been too long since I saw the original and I know that possibly liking I better than II is blasphemy, but it just might be so. I'm crazy like that.

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At 12/08/2006 8:40 PM, Anonymous nicole said...

Wait, it's blasphemy to like the original more than the sequel? I had no idea.

Actually I like both I and II equally. I don't even look at them as separate installments so much as two parts of one story. They're like kids -- I can't pick a favorite. ;)

 

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Wednesday, December 06, 2006

The Desktop is Home

I finally moved my desktop computer from my old place to my new one and got it all temporarily set up. I say temporarily because we don't have our new computer desk yet. In fact, we haven't even begun to shop for it. We do have an idea what we would like, however. We'll see if we can get it. Because of a mistake with the phone company, we didn't have phone service until yesterday and our DSL service won't be set up until tomorrow. Thank goodness for the local unsecured networks!!!

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At 12/07/2006 10:13 AM, Blogger Trinity13 said...

Well, now iss the time to buy something...everything is on sale baby!

 
At 12/08/2006 8:40 PM, Anonymous nicole said...

How did I know not you moved?? Have I been slacking that long?!

 

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Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Fantasy Football

Well, it has been another successful season and my Stillers have finished in first place.

2006 Final Regular Season Standings Fantasy Football

I have the same record as a few other people but because my team has scored more points during the year (I led the league, next closest - 101 points!), I get the nod and am the first seed in the playoffs.

Yay me. Now, if I can only keep it up...

(And for the record, I am only playing for bragging rights, though with my skills, maybe I should start playing for money.)

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At 12/08/2006 8:42 PM, Anonymous nicole said...

"Stillers" cracks me up because I used to work with a guy from Latrobe, PA and we'd always tease him about his accent. He's pronounce "Steelers" like "Stillers". STILL makes me chuckle to this day.

I'm such a cornball.

 

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Monday, December 04, 2006

Better Than Expected

And, I'll tell you why. This weekend was supposed to be sans internet since our DSL connection scheduled to be installed until today. However, that isn't how things played out.

There were several unsecured wireless connections nearby and I was able to easily "borrow" a little bandwidth and satisfy my internet needs. If I'm ever able to identify the network owners, I should offer (for a fee) to have GAP i.t. secure their network. That way, I ultimately get paid for all of my efforts identifying and using these networks!

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Sunday, December 03, 2006

8 Months!!!!!

I went to go get my mail today because I hadn't picked it up for Saturday or Sunday. What did I find in my mailbox but an income tax refund check!

I wasn't late filing my taxes. In fact, I did it 2-4 weeks early, I believe. I e-filed, so I got my federal and state back pretty quickly. The local income tax had to be mailed in and processed manually. I wonder if they lost it, because it took eight months for the check to come!!!! I should get some sort of interest on that thing.

It wasn't a lot, but it is the principle of the thing. If I delayed my payment eight months because I had to "manually process" it, you can be sure that I would get some fees assessed.

I'm bitter!

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Saturday, December 02, 2006

Moving (Almost) Complete

Wow! Thanks to all the help from Alex and Lo's dad, we spent the night last night in our new townhome. It is 600 square feet larger, with a much larger and better-laid-out kitchen.

Moving was definitely a lot of hard work, even if we only were moving right around the corner. The same amount of lifting was required to a truck and then back from the truck. I would even submit that it was harder, because we didn't get to rest during a drive in-between stops!

The good part of being so close was the the truck rental was pretty cheap. I put a total of 4 miles on the truck in total. That also meant that I got to save money on gas. In fact, the needle didn't move, so I didn't put any gas in the truck. The entire cost of the rental was $24.99. Can't beat that with a stick.

Another great part was that God blessed us with great weather. The forecast called for thunderstorms and snow during the day and all we had to deal with was some wind trying to use us as sailboats. Rain came only once during the day and only for less than 10 minutes. We were already inside getting some things together, so it was a non-factor. I am very grateful.

The (Almost) in my title refers to the fact that we did leave some stuff at the apartment. The stuff we left is either going to be thrown away, gone through to throw most of it away, or (a very small portion of it) is going to be brought over here to live with us permanently (or at least until the next move!).

After we finished with the truck, Lo and I took Alex and her dad to Logan's for a steak linner (not a typo) thank you. It was good and I know that at least Alex and I were ravenous. I ate so much food (much of it free peanuts and free rolls) and was so happy to have it after all of that work.

After linner, Alex headed home and we went back to the old place to get another vanful of junk that we would "need" to spend the night. I woke up this morning quite a bit sore, but pretty happy that we are finally here.

Additionally, a special thanks goes out to G, for running an appliance dolly over to us in the middle of his workday so that we could move our washer much more easily than if we used the regular dolly that we had. It definitely sped up the process. Thanks, G.

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At 12/02/2006 6:34 PM, Blogger Alex said...

Not a problem, dude. I actually enjoy the process of moving. Yeah, I'm crazy. Really, though, I was truly glad to help.

Oh, and my toe injury is fine. I looked at it last night and no visible injuries.

 
At 12/03/2006 7:00 PM, Blogger Guru said...

I'm glad that your toe feels okay and you are crazy for enjoying "the process of moving".

ps You are still an amateur roll eater.

 

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Friday, December 01, 2006

Moving Day

Today is the day. We are getting the truck as soon as the place opens and getting hard core underway. We moved a lot of boxes over last night and today is about the rest of that stuff and the big things (furniture, washer and dryer, etc).

My man Alex contacted me yesterday to see if I needed any help and I definitely did, but I just didn't want to bug too many people. I hope the weather holds out for us, but the forecast isn't looking too good.

Rain and a few thunderstorms likely in the morning, then occasional rain or snow showers in the afternoon. Morning high of 57F with temps falling to near 40F. Winds SW at 25 to 35 mph. Winds could occasionally gust over 50 mph.

Sheesh!

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