Looking forward to the weekend

My mate cried off last night because he wasn’t feeling very well. We’ve re-scheduled for next Wednesday instead.

It’s a good job he cancelled, actually, as by the time I’d finished my tax return it was 10pm. I can’t believe how much I’d let the whole thing slip, and I found receipts dating back to 2005 that I hadn’t claimed before. I believe we have up to 6 years, so I just about managed it.

That really was what yesterday was all about in the end and poor Rufus didn’t get his walk until really late. I forgot to pause to eat. Ee, it brings back memories of when I used to do this proper like before.

Today then is a trip to the post office to send my tax return by recorded delivery to make sure it gets there on Monday. I might actually have to send it by special delivery – in which case I’m going to fold it and put it in a smaller envelope to save money.

I also have an article to outline, a first draft to write, invoices to raise (hurrah!), and the usual daily gubbins.

I’m looking forward to a nice relaxing weekend. It’s my friend’s 50th birthday tomorrow, so we may go to a gig as a foursome, but aside from that I intend to chill. I’ll also buy all the trick-or-treat goodies ready for Monday.

Have a great weekend.

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8 thoughts on “Looking forward to the weekend

  1. Colin Galbraith 28 October 2011 / 1:27 pm

    a 5-year tax catch-up – you really *are* getting on top of things! 🙂

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    • Diane 31 October 2011 / 10:39 am

      I skipped last year, because they said I could, but in the meantime found loads I’d also missed since I got here.

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    • Diane 31 October 2011 / 10:39 am

      Thank you!

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  2. Carol 28 October 2011 / 2:42 pm

    Enjoy.

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    • Diane 31 October 2011 / 10:39 am

      And you.

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  3. Sarah Pearson 29 October 2011 / 4:29 am

    Oh yes, trick or treat goodies. Thanks for the reminder!
    Have a restful weekend 🙂

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    • Diane 31 October 2011 / 10:39 am

      Ha ha – I have my uses, but it’s usually something I forget too.

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