After much thought, I think I’m going to have to go to a Monday/Wednesday/ Friday blog schedule. We’ll try it and see how it works.
But since I have you here now…
The other day Wizard was balancing the checkbook while I was making cupcakes. They were low fat cupcakes and now they are all gone!
But I digress.
So I’m working away when Wizard suddenly says, “Witch you forgot to put a Barnes and Noble entry in the checkbook. It’s 99 cents.”
I pause from my labors, and look up hoping he doesn’t notice the chocolate all over my face. “Are you sure? I use my business account, named The Lyon Account, for all that stuff.”
Wizard says, “It’s right here.”
“Huh, well okay. Guess I used the wrong account.”
“No big deal,” Wizard says.
I go back to
eating batter baking.
“Witch, here’s another one, and another and…”
Wiping the batter off my face, I stroll over. “That can’t be right. Wizard, I think you’re looking at the statement for my Lyon account.
Wizard looks down and sure enough, he’s looking at the wrong part of the statement. Stunned that he actually made a mistake, he looks up at me and narrows his eyes. “This is your fault.”
I might have been laughing (okay I was laughing my ass off, because when it comes to accounting, Wizard does NOT make mistakes) Finally, I get control and ask, “How is this my fault?”
“I don’t know yet, but I know it’s your fault.”
I laughed again. “Will a cupcake make you feel better?”
“Depends, does it come with an admission of guilty?”
“Nope. But it has chocolate chunks int he batter.”
He grinned. “Good enough for me.”
But when I went to get the cupcake for him, I hear him mutter, “It’s still your fault.”
I gave him a cupcake anyway.