A to Z Challenge: Done and doing

Done and doing what needs done. Like brunch… oh, and the taxes.

Done with taxes for 2013! It’s one of those things that makes me feel accomplished though no one else really cares (except for Uncle Sam). Now that I’m through filing for the year I can move to the next daunting project: document filing.  I’m trying very hard to keep all the excitement under control. I’m kidding. I have so much to distill from my multi-year collection of papers of varying relevance (read – skimmed mail placed in piles). I don’t know how long the urge to pare the collection down will last so I’ll do my best to go with it.

During the dash to the filling finish line I did delay the urge to stop and do that sorting then, so now’s the ideal time. Moving from one tedious task to another one of slightly less tedium is better than the other way around.

Dull but required tasks interspersed with fun activities, like doing brunch, and hanging out with friends at some dog-friendly places (outdoor eateries and hiking) are sure to make the next few weeks somewhat delightful.

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