I’m Not Sure Anyone Still Reads This Anyway

Which is why I’ve had little motivation to post lately. I’m busy and stressed due to work stuff I can’t really post about, and otherwise, I don’t have too much going on.

I registered last week to attend the Stampin’ Up! convention in July, so I have that to look forward to, though it’s still not a vacation, something I need desperately. I’m sure it’ll be fun, but I won’t have much free time at all to sightsee or anything in Salt Lake City. If I had made the travel arrangements for myself, I probably would have worked it out to stay another day or two.

Today I ordered the iHome to use at work with my iPod, since the solutions I’ve come up with so far haven’t been terribly reliable. I’m very sad that Amazon.com says it won’t ship for a whole week yet. It’s going to be really hard to not go to Best Buy and just buy one, even if it costs a lot more. But I must be patient.

Perhaps today I shall try to start catching up with everyone else’s blogs. Though if I have downtime, I really, really need to work on my contract cross stitch job that’s due in less than a month.

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4 responses to “I’m Not Sure Anyone Still Reads This Anyway

  1. I still read this! I don’t know what an iHome is (I’m blissfully ignorant when it comes to iPods and accessories), but be patient!

  2. Aw, thanks Rach!

  3. don’t stop posting – i read but hardly ever comment anymore on blogs, but I like your take on life – the kind of day to day things that make real memories. They make me appreciate my own ‘regular’ life more and to be grateful for the “little” things. Take care.

  4. Thanks, Rodney! That’s awfully nice of you to say.

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