My 401k Statement came last night. I've been putting in like 9% of my income since 2000 in there. Without interest had I just put the money under a mattress it would be worth much more than is in the 401k. *giggles*
I have maxed out my dental plan and my tooth hurts (#14) in front of the root canal I already had redone. I can't afford to get it fixed until next year so it has to stop hurting.
I'm actually entertained because it just doesn't matter that much. I mean, how much fret and worry have I spent trying to make sure I'm secure and can take care of myself. All of the carefully laid plans. Then I think about my memories of the last few years and it's camping with friends, it's the B&B Weekend with Craig, it's the Vancouver trip with Bel. It's the time I've spent with my Mom. Those things really aren't that huge. So, my point is, I worry too much about the future while the chance to make memories I care about slip away. I have set aside too much for the future and not enjoyed "now" enough. This year I hope to have more balance. I love being outside and seeing beauty in nature.
Hunks: I'm excited to see both New Moon and Wolverine and the new Harry Potter and I wish they were all out RIGHT NOW.
Bring on the muscle bound men!