Yesterday was a lovely evening with friends for dinner. Plus I got to enjoy the largest steak I think I have EVER seen!! OMG!! This picture does NOT do it justice!

We just relaxed and grilled, had some nice conversation, and watched a bit of TV.

When I got home I was decided on taking a late nap and then just getting up and being up a bit later into today than normal, however.... at 1:30am, when I woke up, I decided to just call it a day and rolled back over.

Sleeping in the dark hours is WEIRD!

I was surprised at how much trouble I had staying asleep during that time of the night. But boy once that sun came up I was OUT!

Thinking that since I had gone to bed at 11:30pm last night I would be up at 7 or 8 this morning, I was quite surprised to discover the clock reading nearly noon when I next woke up after last being up at about 4 am.

Apparently the sun really has become my moon.

Well, no time like the present to go get this day started.

I have already sent in a request for a 401k withdrawal for some medical expenses, though the whole thing has made me very anxious.

I think one of the statements I used might have been the wrong one to use... Though it's not like I won't have other statements later this year that  would take its place.

But I just don't fully understand how all this works.

The IRS makes me anxious. I don't know many people seem to get away with just blatant lying and crap. Me though, I just hesitate and think I MIGHT have done something the wrong way and I get all tense.

I suppose the worst that could happen is that they demand I pay it back somehow? Some part or all of it? sigh...

Just seems like there should be a less stressful and fearful way to do all of this...

Well hey Mr/Mrs IRS Tax Type Person, If I did screw it up some how, please be gentle and work with me to get this set right without breaking the bank? Pretty Please? And if you have time, can you look into a way to make this process make me feel LESS like a criminal? That would be lovely.

And now? Well now I am off to pick up a prescription, and maybe a bit of lunch.