Outta Here

I’m taking tomorrow off work to do some less distraction-filled fiction writing.

Just got back from lunch, where I was told that my credit card had expired ::insert a moment of mind-numbing terror here:: Gave over my bank card. Unfortunately, my bank card only had $10 on it, and lunch came to $11.53.

To my surprise, said card went through – Dell hasn’t cashed my $100 computer payment yet. But when they do, guess who’s getting double check-bouncing charges! Me! Me!

I have $1 in my wallet. I’m going to the bank tomorrow morning and putting it into my account (which now stands at exactly $99.37 – wouldn’t that be great, getting charged $60 in check bouncing fees for 53 cents?). And then I’m going through all my stuff so I can figure out where I put my new Master Card…. otherwise, I’m not buying any groceries this week.

Credit: a liberal arts major’s best friend.

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