In hindsight, I think I should have stayed home and lounged in my tub for like two hours, or eight.
But alas! All was well this evening when I sobbed in my box of chocolates and escaped into blogland. And look what I found! Sweet Kat had passed on the Friendly Site Award to me! Thanks, Kat! How timely .... Because, you know - I didn't feel like being so nice and friendly today, and I might even owe a few folks some apologies. So thank you. Thank you.
To no avail, however, I'm looking forward to some inspiration coming my way because I ordered a book that Sami told me about. Now y'all have heard me talk about Sam before. We've been friends for well over 30 years, so we know pretty much everything there is to know about each other. Well, except for the knitting thing - but, I've forgiven her for that.
Anyway, she's one of the funniest people I know. She just cracks me up. We can get together and literally roll in the floor with laughter! She has this gigantic fault though (in my opinion it's a fault), in that she has the memory of an elephant and can remember every little minor detail about the most ridiculous things.
I, on the other hand, being estrogen deprived and in a constant state of confusion and hysteria can barely remember last week. See - it's a good thing I blog so I can remember what I'm doing.
Anyway, Sami can remember details that astound me. And of course, most of the details she seems to keep in her memory bank are ones that I would just as soon forget. Let me give you an example of something she will say (disclaimer: this is only an example; names and places may or may not be accurate; this is to protect the innocent):
See what I mean? It's just sickening the details that she can remember. Okay, let me get back on track and let you know why I'm talking about Sami. She has just started a blog, please check out Painted Groove when you get a chance. She's a great writer - an award winning writer I might add, but I'll mention that on another day if she never does. But, she is now doing what she truly loves and is quite certain that this book she mentions on her blog led her to the realization that she needed to do a gut check about where she was in her life at the time.
I'm really curious about this book and can't wait for it to arrive in my mailbox. I'm sure I'll enjoy it because I've read numerous books over the years that Sami has recommended and I always enjoyed all of them. Who knows, maybe the book will help with my daily state of hysteria...
If you read the book and end up having a reality check moment, let's discuss!