In Hysterics (and Yes, I Might Be Bi-Polar)OK, I'm not bi-polar I'm just moody. And the hysterics, for a change, are good ones.
Got another mailing from the IRS™. Now. I approached it sensibly. I fended off the thought that they'd made a mistake and were withdrawing the approval for the penalty removal. I fended off the thought that they were trying a new approach to extort money from us. I reminded myself that the letter demanding more interest came from a different address and crossed in the mail with the one that said "all is forgiven".
So I took a deep breath, told myself it's probably nothing, and if it looks like it might be something, I can hand it off to my Trusty Accountant™ and she'll fix it like last time.
I opened the letter with a microscopic bit of apprehension.
Then I burst into hysterical laughter.
Big old effin' refund of $93.36.
What was that I said about "anything paid to them by me will return three-fold in the form of refunds, etc."? (Only $756 to go).
All I can say is, Oh. My. Good. Universal. Deity.
This stuff WORKS.
*pausing to recover from the shock of it all*
If you're interested in learning about the Law of Attraction but don't have the time or patience to read a book, then go to NetFl*x or Bl*ckbuster and rent "The Secret". Watch it four or five times. Direct link to the movie at Bl*ckbuster; direct link to the movie at NetFl*x. Your local library might even have it.
That's about it for the day's events so far: still waiting for UPS to show up with the rest of my desk; took the bike over for repairs (cheaper than buying new); laid out in the sun (not so white anymore); got the mail... slow, relaxing summer Saturday. Oooh, and the Belmont's on soon.
I feel so good right now, I think I'll go knit! In public, even!
Labels: positive thinking