On the balcony is a big wasp’s nest. There are probably a good dozen of them there. But then about two feet away from that is a little bitty wasp’s nest in production. Why two wasps nests are needed in such close proximity is beyond me. I’m figuring that one of the wasps wasn’t getting along with the other wasps until he’d had enough and declared “Enough of you! I am going to go make my own hive! So there!”
Unfortunately I didn’t get to write or sign anything on the date 9/8/7. I love dates like that. Clancy on the other hand is more partial to dates and times that are mathematical rather than sequential. She likes 9/2/7 for instance because 9-2=7. I don’t know whatever made us think that we were compatible with one another.
Clancy is now unemployed. In the course of cleaning up around the apartment she found an uncashed paycheck from Deseret. She also did our taxes and yanked us a refund of under a couple thousand dollars. She asked how I felt about that and I told her I felt deflated. When asked what I meant by that, I explained that even when she’s unemployed she rakes in more money than I do.
I am so frustrated with the billing department from the cable company, which handles our broadband. They don’t inform me when my credit card payments start being rejected (I got four months worth of “don’t worry about it, you’re on autopay” before being informed that payments stopped going through four months ago in a collections letter), they take a whopping six months to renew autopay (starting with autopay is two months, but for some reason stopping and restarting or changing credit card info creates a six month lag), and they send me bills that don’t acknowledge payments I made more than a month ago.
I don’t know how two people without kids or pets can generate so much trash. We can only put so much in our trash can so sometimes we have a backlog sitting in the garage. It seems that every time we come close to clearing out the excess trash, some cleaning mission comes along and then we have ten trash bags stacked up in the garage again.