Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I looked at all of your wonderful book recommendations, logged on to my library account, and immediately put about 5 of them on hold. Now I shall have lots & lots of new books to read!!
This weekend I went home & had dinner with the family, and came back with tons of provisions that Mom has bought for me: frozen mini-pizzas, soy milk, chocolates, noodles, and some really nice loose leaf tea. And I got to take some delicious leftovers for lunch today. I’m 23, I’m basically financially independent in all the Big Things (rent, student loans, retirement saving), but I still bring food from home & get my cell phone paid for by Mom & Dad (family plan).
Oh, their accountant is also doing my taxes.
This may be a blatant attempt to prolong the worry-free days of childhood but enjoy the perks of adulthood… but I’m going to drop off my W-2’s at my parents’, kick back with one of the books that you good people have recommended, then watch Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles on the internet with a little glass of dessert wine.
P.S. Can anyone guess the where the title of this post is from? I won’t judge you for knowing if you won’t judge me! 😉