Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Cleaning Cures my Writer's Block

  • I started this morning raring to go on Chapter 7. I got as far as turning on the computer, opening the file and staring off into space.
  • I never have trouble getting started so why can't I get past this hurdle?
  • Instead I could only visualize the fungus growing in my refridgerator. Naturally the only response possible is to turn off the computer and clean it. I mean scrub it, wiping off each tiny black mar off the otherwise pristine surface.
  • Now you ask, once that chore was accomplished was I ready to tackle the VRC's attempted takeover of the Association-Chapter 7?
  • No, but I swear to God my milk tastes fresher.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Why Saturday Gives Me Head Aches

Well yet another week has passed but this one is special.

I have to accept that the novelty of 2010 has worn off. I mean just how long can you go around wishing people Happy Holidays, which encompasses the entire season, much less Happy New Year?

The answer is comfortably until January 3rd after that it's just overkill. My week has been unbelievably busy with work but I hope that's not an omen for the rest of the year.

It's not that I don't want to work, it's just I want to get paid for it. So far in 2010 I haven't earned a dime. I might mention that I haven't had a day off and that includes New Year's Day itself. I really really really want to get paid!

Even my resolution for this year was about money. I have decided to lose 285 pounds that will translate into liquid cash. I've decided to knock my kids, ages 21 and 22, squarely off my back; thus losing the weight and gaining the cash in one swift maneuver.

I'm giving myself until Monday to see cash or kick my butt. Keep you posted!

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Dealing with Holiday Overload

Thank God it's over or Dead God I miss it, pick your poison.

Mine's I think I missed it. Usually my holidays are full of cooking massive amounts of food that no one family could possibly eat, unless you're the Klumps. I have a sneaking suspicion those guys could put away more than just a turkey, a ham, a lamb, and a slaughter cow.

My kids have grown up, got out, and forgot that once upon a time Mommy was cool.

Okay this was just a practice shot anyway, let me see if this works.