Friday, September 23, 2005

Catching a Breath

I know, I know, I'm getting dangerously close to Tequila Mockingbird status, seeing that it's been almost a month since the last posting.

But they say no news is good news, which is really the case here. Fact is, our little company is starting to really take off and the new increased business is seriously cutting into my normal blog time...hence the fact that I'm blogging on a Friday night, instead of a weekday afternoon. And no, I don't want to hear about what that says about my social life.

In short, life has been fast and furious, and frankly I have been enjoying it that way.

Going to the doctor for weekly checkups now, as we're nearing the end. So far, baby has moved down "into position" and I'm 1 cm dialated. I don't think that really means anything other than "yes, I am actually going to have this baby some day." But for now, we'll take it.

I have informed my doctor that I am simply not interested in getting any bigger, and made it very clear to this child that if she has any desire to come before the due date, we will welcome her with open arms. Can't wait to see my toes again. Had to inform J the other day that I simply cannot do any more dishes on account of being unable to get close enough to the sink to reach adequately.

Aw shucks.

Methinks the bosses are getting slightly anxious that I will decide to be a SAHM and not come back to work. I'm currently making very little effort to put their minds at ease. Not that I'm planning to go away, but the fact is, I want a new computer at work and have no moral objection to making them sweat a little bit in hopes that buying the computer will keep me around. Will let you know if it works.
There are three of us at the office now, since we hired Lisa to take over for me while I'm gone. That part is working out very well, and Lisa is going to be a great asset to the company. But things are growing so fast, the three of us are already constantly busy and Lisa is having to work close to full time, despite her orignal intentions of being part-time. They may have to hire somebody else to lighten the load while I'm gone. Can't complain about success though!

Looks like we could get some much-needed rain from Rita. Hopefully it will cool things down around here. Best of wishes to those in Houston & Galveston. I can't imagine what it would have been like to be stuck in that traffic on the way up here.

Time for a little R&R with a good Sherlock Holmes movie. Happy weekend!



1 Comments:

At 3:01 PM , Blogger Jane Dark said...

Die, spammers, die.

And as for you, Amy, glad things are going well. And my condolences to Jens on the dishwashing.

 

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