Life keeps taking some people away, and trying to take others. Tough trend this month.
Recreating Gordon Ramsay's Beef Wellington From Taste | Bon Appétit "One dish. Two days. We challenged super taster Chris Morocco to blindly taste a dish made by Carla and then reverse engineer it as closely to the original as..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eVMgUrEazA
Almost, Canada. Two more chances, though.
I cannot recall needing to have the heat on at night in mid-May. Usually, it is already warm enough outside.
I need to make sure to eat more. This is especially true when getting deep into discussion with people online. With me, that usually takes the form of writing a ton (getting everything in with one essay up front because I only have one chance to prove/explain myself), in an effort to defend myself and not appear to be stupid/dumb/moronic, just to be told some variation of "You are overthinking this." At least I have more control this way.
This is a good weekend to be sitting in the sun by a pool with a drink served in a pineapple. Be safe out there if you are in the rain or the snow.
I keep driving by Stop & Shop workers on strike when leaving or coming home. (The grocery store is just on the edge of the neighborhood.) What am I even supposed to be doing with/for them?
Shop at grocery stores that are unionized.· Meg Vmeg 5
There's a thread with alternatives to Stop & Shop in the three states that have strikes: https://twitter.com/AFLCIO/status/1117105395305254912· John B. 2
Honks of support are always appreciated (in addition to not crossing the picket line).· Kendra K 1
Even when I rudely shove myself into the collective face of the whole wide world, why am I so invisible?
One of three tax returns filed -- from the former state. It was the one that I had to have filed by tomorrow. Federal and current state are not due until Wednesday because of state and DC holidays the next two days.
Maryland got me pretty good, too. Still, not being able to itemize is crushing me. Thank goodness for being ready for it.· Julian 2
I am planning to do revisions on all of this if I can. Definitely overpaying Maryland, though it is complicated to figure out when my Massachusetts residency began and when I can count my Maryland residency as having ended. I had at least one paycheck taxed in both places. Slightly regretting not getting a CPA as one of my first orders of business once I settled in back in January.· Julian
Eldrick does not need a backiotomy, as it appears that he may be back. I do think that the other golfers faltered simply because they saw who was in contention.
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