I mean no disrespect in stealing Mr. King's words, but it's how I feel. DH went back to work yesterday. He's only at work for two days, and then he's off for four again (**sigh**), but for two days, I don't have to do any of the following: lay hardwood, shampoo carpets, clean up sawdust, run to Home Depot on multiple errands, cook a full lunch AND dinner every day, deal with someone looking over my shoulder and making suggestions on my website building ability, and so much more...
At least not until Friday... when the hardwood starts going down in my office (after I spend the next two days cleaning it out -- anyone have some boxes?).
Has anyone started Christmas shopping? Just curious...
Diane Craver has a free short story up at LASR. I love her writing ... you should take a look.
I haven't heard back from Womans World yet on my submission... I think that's good. The last time they took a long time, I made it all the way up to the head honcho before being rejected. Maybe this time, I'll make it up to the head honcho and get accepted!
I sent out an email yesterday to everyone who wants to participate in JaNoWriMo. If you didn't get one, let me know. It had instructions on how to sign up for our new group blog (grog?).
My latest creation:
A great comic:
I'm trying to get back on schedule visiting everyone again, but despite the fact that NaNoWriMo is over for me, I have recently had a couple projects appear. It seems I'm building two websites for a lovely lady who needs them. Oy.
Speaking of websites, I think I really like Dreamweaver. I'm going through the "lessons" in the book I have, and it's kind of making sense! LOL... I'm only on chapter two and, although it seems odd the order in which they are teaching me things, I imagine they'll all fall into place. I've learned about spry widgets and how to add pictures from Photoshop so far.
The good news is that Front Page documents convert over pretty neatly, so I won't have to rebuild everything unless I want to (knowing me, I'll want to... heaven forbid).
You Are Somewhat Approachable
You are a fairly friendly person, and you're definitely not scaring people away.
You do tend to have your guard up around strangers, and rightfully so.
How approachable you are depends on who is trying to approach you.
You're friendly to people who seem harmless and nice. But you also know how to give creepy people the cold shoulder!