01:04 pm - Anybody who says... Anybody who says you shouldn't be tired and six different kinds of achey after an hour or so in the batting cages either doesn't know what they're talking about or just isn't really trying to crush 'em like I was today. It feels pretty good though. 144 pitches later, ribs and shoulders aching a bit from the swings, and hands semi-pleasantly chafed from the cheap neoprene grips on the bat, I'm mostly just ready for a) a shower and b) tomorrow morning to get here; Utah's looking mighty good. I can definitely use a week in unfamiliar surroundings; time to unwind, time to relax, time to get my taxes done, and time to get used to looking at my apartment like it's mine again, instead of like it's the place somebody's supposed to be in a week.
That's what extensions are for. Good thing you're a lawyer, not a CPA. :)
I'm not actually doing the taxes themselves, just putting together all the financial records for my business for 2003 so I can fax my CPA a one-page summary and he can do his IRS-defanging magic for me.