Friday, May 13, 2005

Crazy Week

I vowed to keep my blog updated but this week has just been crazy. I'm starting to feel the "stress" of CHA July and Maggie and I are both sick. We went to the doctor last night and my baby has pnuemonia. (it's early in the morning, so excuse the misspelling) The doctor said it's ok and she gave her a strong antibiotic, but of course, being the parent of an only child, I freaked out. The doc also diagnosed me with seasonal allergies so now I have to take Allegra D which has resulted in cotton mouth. I feel like Jim Carrey in Me, Myself and Irene.

Sans the sickies, things are going well. I wrote down some embellishment plans for the next show and possibly the show after that. We'll see how things go. I'm a little bummed that I haven't scrapbooked in a while. I haven't had the time and it's so hard to go from product development to just "playing" while scrapbooking. I never realized the disconnect until recently. Although, I have been accumulating quite the stash for whenever I finally get a chance to work on my own albums again. I'm hoping to have a quiet Sunday.

TGIF!

4 comments:

Donna Walk said...

I hope you and Maggie fell better soon. ((Hugs))

CarrieC said...

I hope the two of you feel better soon and you find some time to work on some pages. I can't imagine how busy you must be!

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