Here it is a 3 day weekend. Time to catch up on things that have been put to the wayside.
I'll be steaming the walls and floors and getting them Sparkling.
I love it when I'm able to catch up on cleaning. It makes life feel so much better.
I'm having a friend come over today too. I haven't seen her in months, so it will be a welcome visit. It's great that we are able to connect, especially where our schedules are so different.
Well, it's 4 am, time for an hour
I am stuck, absolutely stuck in this brooding mood. All it's going to take is one person to say the wrong thing and I'll take 'em out.
Oof, how did I get like this? I'm trying to make my mood change, but the more I try the worse I seem to get. Maybe I need some dark chocolate for it's natural serotonin boost. Thing is, I don't liek dark chocolate. Blech.
I think it's got to be this winter, or maybe stress. I'm not sure. I thought it was the employee reviews
Ok, so maybe not. Things have been going good around here.
Life just keeps happening. I've been working and working and sleeping and eating and working.
2009 is going to be a good year. I have plans to pay things off. We have 0 credit cards, but the mortgage and a car payment (my car was totalled in june)
I spent the month of June looking for a decent used car, but it was the height of the gas crunch and anything fuel efficient and decent was either overpriced
I thought I'd add another Blog entry, since I'm here.
I'm on vacation this week. My original plans were to go on a wine tour in the fingerlakes area of New York. However, that got the kibosh because my 12.5 yo dog Battle had laryngeal tie back surgery and is home recovering.
So, I am spending time decluttering and organizing. Which needs to be done. I think I am going to take the time this week and reset our budget and check stuff out, see if it needs tweaking.
I guess I should get back here more often, but life just gets in the way.
In april, our nearly 15 year old grey, Penny, was euthanized. Osteosarcoma of the pelvis. She was in pain, and it was our time to say goodbye.
In May, Gus our 14.5 year old grey, Gus, was euthanized after living a month pain free post osteosarcoma diagnosis. Amputation was not an option.
We had a bit of sadness and still miss them greatly. Doug and Yardman are doing well.