Finished the initial roll of film in the Brownie Starmite. Today was appropriately sunshiny, so I took identical photos to yesterday’s overcast ones, plus some others to pad out the roll. Wrote a check to Dwayne’s Photo for $14, packed up the film, and will be shipping it off tomorrow morning. I expect to have twelve 4″ x 4″ prints in my hot little hands by May 1st.

Put away the mess of clothes on the floor by the bed. Went into the small bedroom and arranged all of our board games on a small plastic shelving unit in the closet. (Damn, we have a lot of board games. Trivial Pursuit especially.) Moved my empty steamer trunk from the small bedroom to beside my nightstand. Sometime in the near future, I’ll be going through the linen closet and moving blankets into the trunk to make room for the new sheets I intend to purchase.

Submitted the new freelance site to Google for spidering and indexing. I’m planning to use a Google search for the site search, so a good spidering by Google would be a definite plus. Still have a lot to do… I’m not going to end up getting everything done this week that I told them I would. I knew I was giving myself a mighty tall order, what with the laundry list of stuff I had yet to do. Not to worry. It’ll get done well before the Japan trip. Hopefully by the end of April, if not sooner.

Paid my credit card bills. A simple task, but still one that makes me feel… satisfied? Relieved? Accomplished? Meh. It’s done, anyway.

Paying bills is going to get more interesting in July, when Sky changes over to Huntington’s payroll system. Bi-weekly instead of semi-monthly. This will take some getting used to, after being paid on the 15th and the last day of the month for the past 4½ years.

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  1. ugh, i hated switching to bi-weekly. i had a system. bills due from the 1st to the 15th of the month were all paid on the 1st. anything due between the 15th and the last day were paid on the 15th.

    i always knew how much money i’d have when and what i could do at what point in time. i only had to pay bills 2 days a month. now it’s all willy-nilly. it’s like “well that bill is high and it’s due on the 21st but we dont get paid till the 22nd so blah blah blah…

    it was even more interesting back in columbus when john and i were paid on opposite weeks and we got a paycheck every week, but if it was my week we obviously got less of one. i didnt like that either. i prefer to get a huge chunk at once and pay stuff off.

    employers totally dont get it! 😀