Wednesday, January 30, 2008

For the next 24 hours I'll be immersed in forms... trying like heck to get them all out the door before the impossible deadline of tomorrow. I suppose that means I won't be seeing the light of the sun on my face (I came to work before the sun rose, and most likely I'll be here until the sun has long past said good night). Death and Taxes. I wonder who coined that lovely phrase?

12 comments:

SoCal Sal said...

Good luck my dear. Hopefully you can come up for air tomorrow. You never know what kind of beefcake will show up. *wink* … You are a precious one dear!

Taxes, we don’t need any stinking taxes!

RED MOJO said...

Woohoo! Fun is... Don't feel alone, I'm having a personal tax nightmare myself!

Minka said...

Oh God, my tax report is due at some point in Februar. This might be the worst part of actually having money and using it...I dislike Februar for that very reason.

ariel said...

And I thought it is easier in America, ha!

Anonymous said...

I just finished mine YAHOO! Just think of how you'll be yahooing in the morning ;)

Nessa said...

Breath...just breath.

tsduff said...

Socal Sal - Come up for air? HA! Thanks for the nice thought but not likely to happen. I've been here almost 12 hours today - still here for a few more hours...yowsa.

Hey Red, I thought "taxes" and "nightmare" were synonymous LOL!

Minka - Just give them a few pieces of cod and call it good. Won't that work?

Ariel - Easier to fight with Uncle Sam himself? I'm afraid he always wins.

Well Anonymous - I haven't even begun my own personal tax battle... this mess is pertaining solely to work. But I'm happy you are flapping those happy-dance wings :) The only yahooing I'll be doing manana is yawn-hooing.

tsduff said...

Nessa - that is the most wonderful advice I've heard all day. ahhhh - *breathes in and out*... thank you.

Crazy Me said...

Sounds like soooooooooo much fun.

SOe said...

Than I left Germany I hoped I left the crazy tax forms behind me. Stupid thought! It´s not better in Iceland. The taxes find you everywhere! I wish you good luck and strong nerves!

G said...

Actually I believe it was Ben Franklin (this from a recent biography written by Tali) :)

G said...

By the way, the picture you chose makes it look rather artistic.