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Stressful Paperwork

Saturday, February 02, 2013

I've been buried in paperwork all week. I got drafted to be the warden of the church vestry for the coming year. The first meeting is next week and I've had lots of paperwork and planning to get ready for it. I got some ready only to look at them and realized that I spelled a name wrong. I did one and have no idea where I saved it to, if I saved it at all. I imagine I will feel better once I get the first meeting out of the way, but right now I feel like I don't know what I'm doing.

I've also been working on taxes for my neighbor and myself. That's always a source of stress.

I am hoping the next week will be a little easier on me.
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  • v SLIMLILA
    gotta be, right? emoticon
    1234 days ago
  • v WENDYSPARKS
    I gotta do taxes here soon.

    hugs, wendy emoticon
    1240 days ago
  • v ANGIECOUNTER
    I am not so good at paper work! I do our taxes and I'm always stressed for a while afterward :) I pray you have a wonderful week!! :)
    1241 days ago
  • v MISSM66
    Paper work can be very stressful,I remember when I was working and have to do paper work everyday,I think Nursing do too much paper work,much less taxes and church paper good luck emoticon emoticon emoticon in all what you do
    1242 days ago
  • v RETURNTORURAL
    I know it's stressful for you but try to remember that you're doing it in service to the church (which I'm sure you love) and that's a noble reason for doing anything.

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    1242 days ago
  • v AMYROSEC
    Taxes are definitely stressful, I'm still waiting on a W2 so that I can do mine.
    That sounds interesting being a warden of the church. What does a warden of the church do? I'm sure you will be great!
    1242 days ago
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