Monday it was a visit to Group Health Central for an echo-cardiogram.
Tuesday morning I had a haircut appointment. I was getting pretty shaggy. It's good to be all trimmed up.
Today we went to a tax accountant with our paper work, to have our taxes done. I usually do our taxes. They are pretty straight forward. With no debt, we also have too few deductions to itemize, so we can file a short form. Last year for the first time I filed on line.
But this year I wanted to be sure there were no errors in reporting the money I have received from my mother's estate. There were pre-tax investments for which I received 1099 forms, and on which I have to pay taxes. Next week we'll go back, look over the forms and sign them, and then send in the check for taxes owed. I don't have to spend hours going through the on-line process myself this year.
Sometimes it's nice to pay for services.
When we got back, I had an e-mail from my doctor with the echo results. There was "a small amount of progression". I guess that's good news and bad news. I had hoped it wasn't progressive, but it is. Just not very fast. So I'll continue to live a healthy life style, and monitor again in two years.
On a totally unrelated topic, I watched some of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on TV the last two evenings. I like doggy dogs: sporting dogs, working dogs, real dogs.
So the winner is that pushed-in faced, dust mop of a "dog", that Pekingese? Really?
Josy's not impressed either.