Hoffman fabric is too expensive for my budget for now, but when we get our tax refund, I'm buying two yards of it and anything I don't use in my entry will be turned into wearable art for the midget.
Yes, I'm saying *when*. I explained via e-mail to Peterson's finance office that all we want is a copy of Himself's W-2 and I'm giving it a week. If I still have nothing by then, I'm calling my Congressman. I'm tired of wasting our accumulated phone cards (we used to have a metric buttload as Himself's coworkers would get them as part of the services payday advance places offer and we'd buy them off them cheaply) in 15-minutes-on-hold spurts alternating between the crappy hold loops at Peterson and Shady J. I've pretty much given up on Buckley because I'm reasonably sure their finance office number goes to a phone that's not plugged in or they would have either answered or gotten a restraining order against us for calling so much.
Incidentally, I can now do a pretty good imitation of the Woman Reading A Script Badly on Peterson's finance hold loop. "If you would like... to see your L... E S, please use MyPay...". I initially couldn't believe they'd use something that awful-sounding on a hold loop, but then I remembered it's government.