Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

letters of incompetency (my own fault)

Dear Self,

You document everything in LJ.  Therefore you don't actually need to save, say, programs from all the religious events you've gone to.  On the off chance you ever need/want additional details, you won't be able to find the bloody programs anyway.

Also: You don't scrapbook.  You aren't even attached to phsyical mementos of events.  So you have your ticket stub from every play you've been to recently why?

Oh, and how long has it been since you've even touched a zine?  Perhaps you could use some of that filing cabinet for actual financial stuff.

Love,
Your more rational part




Dear piles on my desk (and possibly elsewhere in my room):

I found my Smith W-2.  Where is my Atrium W-2?

Love,
She who knows taxes are due this Saturday
[Edit: Isabel explains in comments to this entry, complete with an irs.gov link, that in fact this is not true. Though I think a self-imposed deadline of midnight Saturday would not go amiss. Cushions are good.]

(Yes I know I should have done my 1040EZ already.  Shuddup.)

Edit almost immediately after posting (delayed due to computer restart): Found it. *wins*
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