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Maybe Dee will pop in. I’m curious, I always thought there was a higher tax bracket for single filers.
lppenguins said...I can understand why your reluctant to move twice. But you could be losing out too. Start a new tradition on your new ranch.
you always have a proper attitude. It’s just a big ole step. ♥?
Thanks so much Laura. I appreciate your kind and encouraging words. I've been packing some of my sewing room. Oh girlfriend! Let me tell you I've been deeply reminded of ALL the partial projects I have stashed. If I would just finish them or get them outta my stash for good! So when we finally get the house built and my sewing room put together I will get on with those!
ETA: That must be some deep psychological impairment indicating fear of finishing things and moving on to the next! lol
Your prices and stats for how AZ is rated these days sounds like CA. I'm sad for you all.
lppenguins said...Lol I think I won some of those. I’ll call you when I get ready to set them. (Well after I find them)
RE: The 4.5" bright/black swap blocks. I have a bunch of those too! But I think they got packed already!!
Judy (DJZMOM) said...
viola (sissly4) said...Is it hard to rent out your house?
It may not be but we need to secure the funds from the sale of our CA house to build our CO house. We have a lot in our invested funds to get going but we need the money from one house to finish the other without having to take a loan to do so.
No, certainly we could rent it easily especially since we are in the desired elementary and high school districts. But we need the money from the sale of our home in CA to use for the finishing of the building of our new one in CO.
Ami_Quilts (sewingupasto) said...I have been making some clothes though as well as some bags for out camping gear.
Good for you! I remember the year you made yourself a whole coordinated wardrobe in a relatively short period of time. I remember thinking how cool to have a whole coordinated wardrobe!! Good for you!!
KSCarolyn said...my step-granddaughter (Sammy) won $75,000 in the Kansas State Lottery a few weeks ago. It was a $10 scratch-off given to her at a company event of her fiance's. Everyone at the event had a lottery ticket at their place setting. After being taxed she got $53,000. She just graduated with her RN license so I'm sure some went for student loans.
Yup. I use Chrome too.
For what it is worth RE: etiquette for gifts. First, I also am one who is in total agreement with you! I also was taught to reply with a thank you note or someone in the immediate family a verbal acknowledgement. My maternal grandmother always gave each of us grands a package of thank you and enough stamps for said package to be written and mailed. My sister and I were always held to it by my mom but my dear cousins never sent theirs out. I always wondered what they did with those and what they did with the stamps!
Mine are packed too lol “somewhere”.
I actually did receive thank you cards from the kids I sent graduations cards/$ to. I was happy to receive them. But from the kids (nieces and nephews etc. ) for birthdays and Christmas it’s a 50/50 chance you even get any acknowledgement and it’s the same few that their parents make them. I hope that when they’re old enough to send out gifts to others on their own, it stings when no thank you comes, they will then start teaching their children to be thankful and polite.