And the “tax cuts” removed the deduction for buying school supplies.
A real Plugger has a coin purse in his pocket that has enough change in for five bus passes, himself and four grandkids.
My wife bought me a pair of gloves with “touch” pads on them; I can use her phone when I wear the gloves, but not with my bare fingers.
If I go in the kitchen – it’s time for treats. If I put a jacket on – it’s walk time! The latter is a real pain in the early Spring, as I need a jacket to work in the garden.
I don’t have a smart phone, but that’s because I spent 38 years in IT and don’t buy technology that I don’t need. No connected thermostat, door lock, tennis ball, etc.
Still, 50% is better than any baseball player who has ever lived.
Sounds like my two older sisters, both broke 250 while pregnant and neither ever looked back.
How is this night unlike any other night?
It’s either cancer or Lupis.
My wife is a tax CPA and an avid gardener. Late winter and early spring are difficult.