silver_chipmunk (silver_chipmunk) wrote,

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Good news from the IRS

Called today to find out how much I still owe, and the good news is this will be my last payment! After this month I will be free of my back debts. So that makes me happy. I had to hold for about a half hour before I spoke to anyone, but that's par for the course when calling them.

Aside from that, a mediocre day. Went to therapy in the morning, but I was late cause I had trouble getting up. Still got in, and that was good. Then I had a slice of pizza in Flushing and a bubble tea from the new place before I came home.

Then I called the IRS, and got my good news, and celebrated by taking out some garbage. Then I meant to do some reading, I want to download the new Leigh Bardugo book, Crooked Kingdom, the sequel to Six of Crows, but instead I ended up taking a nap.

Then I went to my meeting, eating at Boston Market first. I had to get the key tonight, and run both meetings, but it went OK.

Just now when I fed Spyder I found one of his half pills on the floor, apparently one day, not today, he managed to not take it in the pill pocket. Upsetting, but nothing I can do about it.

And that's the day.

Gratitude List:

1. My meetings and the people there.

2. Good dinner.

3. Therapy.

4. Good news from the IRS.

5. Good books.

6. My scarf The Kid made me which I wore for the first time this winter today.

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