remains of the day
february and march are the two busiest months of the year for our household. my husband is a tax preparer, and in these two months he will see nearly 400 clients in our home office. it’s a crazy way to earn an income. but it affords us some pretty significant free time for the remainder of the year. time we both get to spend on our respective creative loves; writing for steve and of course STILL for me. it’s a trade-off we made consciously several years ago, and we don’t regret it most of the time. it is winter in minnesota after all. and by the time these icicles on our eaves are done melting, tax season will be over. and we will come out of the house and blink into the sun, like bears, thinking about honey, and rubbing ourselves on trees.