Hatin’ on the Homework

I just finished a one-page fictitious letter from an accountant to a client about the effects of the Job and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003. Though figuring out what the act did and actually writing the letter took the most time, the most difficult part of the endeavour was forging the accountant’s signature. I’m no good at that kind of thing.

I really should write a dumb work plan for my Organizational Behavior group to look over tomorrow evening, thus saving us all lots of suffering around a cramped computer screen, but I just don’t feel like it right now. Instead, I think I’ll read a chapter and a half of tax, a chapter of O.B., and hit the hay.

I really just want to hit the hay right now, though. In addition, I’m so backlogged at work that it’d be hard to cut out early tomorrow to try and make progress on that O.B. paper…stupid (“school comes first!”), but somewhat true.

Stupid responsibilities. Looks like this will be another term of trying to get everything done, and as a result not doing any of it well.

In other news, today we had to do mini-presentations about ourselves within our O.B. groups, and critique each other constructively. One of my teammates described me as “happy,” which struck me. I don’t think anyone’s described me as “happy” for quite some time, now.


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