4/16: Later on I told Guy about this conversation. His response was that a gargoyle in her house would be redundant.
The reason my taxes were left to the last minutes was first, because without itemizing I thought they’d be pretty straightforward and second, because I’d been doing the taxes for my father’s business. *That* was awful, and Fi would have been appalled at his record keeping. I’m not a tax professional like her, so it wasn’t easy.
4/14: The last time I saw steam pour out of Fi was when I suggested she listen to some of my musical choices.
4/13: As they say, if you’re not the customer, you’re the product.
4/12: I dispensed with my last desktop after the last OS upgrade. With most of my outside-the-office work done on my laptop, my home desktop had mainly become a large backup drive.
After it “hatches” she pretends to feed it computer cables.
4/10: Ms. Trellis is big on permanence; she already has her place picked out on Mount Rushmore.
4/9: I’m really trying here.
Here we see the cartoonist’s usual move of making puns visually literal. Fi really did cut me off, though.
Fi came to the door, appearing as a scowling me. Once we switched phones (and after Fi checked to see if I’d ‘Done Anything’ to her device), we reverted back to our default settings.