Sorry to be so quiet as of late. I am pushing towards a big deadline at work and haven’t had time for much else. Somehow I was given the project to create a completely brand new website for my company, including an online booking engine, which is hopefully set to launch in the first week of July. What do I know about creating websites? Well, not that much. But I have learned a heck of a lot in a very short amount of time! I am pretty excited about it, it looks waaayyyyy better than what we’ve had in the past. But still full of bugs.
I have been staring at a computer trying to write code, format pictures, update our product database, and write the site text for over 12 hours a day, so that leaves me very much NOT IN THE MOOD to then blog in the few hours a day I am not working on the site.
But soon…. very soon…. it will be done and I will have a life again.
Happy Loving Day!
Let’s all give a moment of thanks to advancements in relational acceptance.
I heard about this on NPR and had to check it out for myself.
The Something Store.
You know… when you just want something.
You shell out $10 and they send you a surprise. It could be an Ipod, or a nose clipper. It could be a pocket knife or a digital camera. The point is: you don’t know until you open the box. Its like a suprise party for one.
I am thinking about getting something for Damir…just to enjoy the suspense of what it could be! I will keep you posted.
Dallas was so much fun I couldn’t bring myself to blog about it last week:
A) Because I spent last week in a coma of exhaustion, finally getting about 12 hours of much needed sleep this past Friday night.
B) It kind of makes me sad to blog after a much awaited event, because it means that it is really over and in the past.
It was great to stand up with Ms. Ashbloem and Mr. Davey and witness their union. I particularly loved their vows and will have to see if they’d let me plagiarize all or some in the event I ever take that big leap. It was also great fun to see old friends from the Amsterdam days. But what I loved best about their wedding was that it really did represent who they are as two fun people. They only included the traditions that represented them, and the originality of the wedding, from start to finish, made it special.
Damir and I got to enjoy Dallas and had a beautiful room at the Fairmont Hotel. We didn’t do too much tourist stuff, other than visit the Aquarium which we both liked a lot. They had an odd inmate: a leopard. Why is there a leopard in an aquarium? They had him (her?) caged right in front of the flock of flamingos, with just a clear plexiglass of separation. Isn’t that on the same plane of water-boarding?
In the end it was a fun and exhausting trip. Just when we were so happy to escape the heat of Texas, we come home to near 100 degree temps. Thanks for that, Mother Nature. But at least it means it is beach season here on Long Island and that is a happy thing indeed.