... put me in a foul mood.
Do other states / countries have to deal with this b.s.? I need to renew Gary and my license plates this last month.
So, I must do the easy stuff (get my passport to take to the department of revenue, check that I have my recent insurance card in my purse) and the annoying stuff (un-file up last years property tax, get my 6 year old car inspected, but not Gary's 3 year old car) and the absurdly annoying (bring a CHECK to the office (not cash, not a card) and get Gary's 2008 emissions checked because it's an even-year model and this is an odd-year. Hence, not checking my 2005 Mini emissions.) This is why I put it off every June and end up paying that late fee.
Then, since I was in a foul mood, I got everything pulled together for the financial adviser. By that, I mean I went through my expenditures and Garys for the last six months and they should just re-name our grocery store "S_____'s" One third of our discretionary income goes to the grocery. One third goes to gifts, and the rest is divided up between dinner out and vacations.
What I need to do to get out of my foul mood is:
Watch some vampires explode on True Blood
Eat some eclairs
Fondle my VIP seats for the BNL show under the arch (Rachel from the cruise, aren't you on Twitter anymore?)
Yes, BNL is coming to Saint Louis. That's a huge cost-savings right there.