St. Patrick's Day means wearing green and fortunately these birdies got the message. Whatever. We don't really care because we are very busy right now trying to do this paperwork:
It has put my Blog Wrangler in a very bad turbo-taxed mood. Her mood about the computer and the Internet has been very bad lately and she's started a list of the nasty changes developers have made in programs she uses a lot. (I'm just thankful she hasn't watched any of the political debates or she'd probably have throw the TV out the window.) Right now she's considering putting all my pictures up on Tumblr or Instagram or somewhere else and giving up on this blog since Blogger/Google is dropping Picasa Web support. We'll see.
In the meantime, since both Goodwill and Salvation Army are big, major (as in well-known) players in the U.S. business/economy, why does the government need their street address when we claim a donation to them? Like they are going to go there and look for the skillet we donated? Think back to 1994 when the Clintons revealed their tax documents and it showed they had claimed a $2 donation for underwear they donated. Gotta love our government. Sort of.