Does anyone remember the Bundys, from the sitcom Married With Children?
They celebrated holidays a bit differently.
Al Bundy was so cheap, they celebrated Christmas on Dec 26th and the 5th of July. Why? Because everything was on sale!
It’s no secret finances are tough for everyone lately, and my family is no exception. We nearly had to have a ‘Bundy Christmas’ this past year, because of my husband’s unemployment running out. Thankfully, he received his extension just in time for Christmas Eve. The kids understood the predicament, and were happy with what they did receive.
Tax season has become our ‘new gift-giving’ season. While we didn’t receive a large amount, it was enough for me to present you now with my version of the Twelve Days Of Christmas, aptly re-titled, The Twelve Days of Tax Season. Enjoy!
On the twelfth day of tax season, my refund brings to me…
12 pairs of socks
11 meals at restaurants
10 pounds of meat
9 router accesses
8 documents printed
7 medical bills paid
6 trips to the grocery
5 electronic books
4 gigs of memory
3 shopping sprees
And a silver Sony laptop just for me!