I Quit

March 29, 2009


QuitMeter Counter courtesy of www.quitmeter.com.


Of course, the next person I see with a cigarette may receive a broken hand or arm when I snatch said cigarette from their grasp and inhale it in about 2 seconds.


Almost Sprung

March 10, 2009


The weather was so nice this weekend I thought I’d spend a little time in the backyard.


These guys are a little late this year.



Usually there is snow on the ground when I first see them.



Though there is still time for a serious blizzard.



Watch where you step!



Looks like someone else found the snowdrops, too. (By someone I mean someTHING, cause I seriously hope there is not someONE going around taking dumps in my yard, though it wouldn’t be the first time.)


Good Riddance

March 4, 2009


I’ve worked with a few people in the past to whom I’d like to have given this.




If you haven’t been to Cake Wrecks, go check it out now.


March 1, 2009


I’ve taken at least 600 photos this week, what’s one more? 

worktable 3-1-09


This is what my work table currently looks like. I use this table for all of my work, but I usually don’t keep more than 1 type of work on it at a time. It’s usually clear unless I’m working on something that I’m going to be finishing very soon. Except for now.

I started the project on the left side last night, with the thought I might get it done last night. Obviously I didn’t.

Since I actually slept 9 hours today, I had my main “job” to do when I got up. Which is where the piles on the right side came from. Those piles (there are 8 individual “things” there plus 9 smaller ones not shown, plus 1 other payment I haven’t processed yet) need to be packaged up (18 packages and counting) to mail out tomorrow. I would much rather work on the project on the left side, but I think the piles on the right would be too distracting. Probably making me feel guilty that they aren’t done yet. The project on the left side is much more interesting (at least to me), and definitely much more fun.

I think I’ll just go make dinner.