Thursday, January 31, 2008

In Rehearsal



Whitney Houston, eat your heart out.

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It's still winter, dammit. Think I have cabin fever, or something. Does the brain get sluggish with the cold? because I just can't seem to kick into gear on almost anything. I've made myself a "task list", but don't seem to be getting through it with dispatch. I did get the pattern submission into the mail, now it's just the waiting game.

One of my tasks is to start working on some goal planning worksheets. A few women here in town have started a support/accountability group for small business planning. Goal setting has never been one of my strengths in any area of my life, but maybe it's time for that to change.

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Oh wow, late breaking news: Laura and MollyBeez sent me one of these. Amazing how that, well, made my day.




You have no idea how happy that makes me. Same back at both of you!

The instructions say "Give the award to 10 people whose blogs bring you happiness and inspiration and make you feel happy about blogland. Let them know by posting a comment on their blog so they can pass it on. Beware you may get the award several times."

This is really hard to limit to ten, there are way more than ten on my favorites list. But here goes, in no particular order and with no unified set of criteria: Knit Think, the KnittingLadies at Interim House, Annie M, magnusmog, Kmkat, Dale-Harriet, Betsy, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Life Starts Now.

6 comments:

YarnThrower said...

I share your lack of motivation right now. I need only look around me to see all of the things I *should* be doing, and yet, I have butt-stuck-on-the-couch-itis...

Leslie said...

I've got to get this damn file pile cleared up so I can work on the taxes - - - speaking of which the employer did NOT distribute the W-2's in January. All I want to do is knit and read yet there's so much more to life...

junior_goddess said...

Really? Moi? But I am just a smart-assed dork that
a) likes Black Purl
b) knows the words to the first verse of On Wisconsin despite never living there. However, I will accept it as the motherland, because I used to go drinking in Kenosha. And still have family that live near Antioch.

Thank you!

kmkat said...

Aw, thanks! ::blush::

magnusmog said...

Thank you ! It was lovely to read this on a cold and windy Friday morning :)

Love the singing mog!

Amy said...

Awww, thanks! A lovely thing to read at the end of a long, tiring week!