Thursday, May 10, 2007

Yep... still gone

I'm still over at the new digs at wordpress. Come visit me there!

Kathy's new place.

Monday, April 16, 2007

Still Over There...

I'm still over at Wordpress if you're interested.

The new place.

Monday, April 02, 2007

Still Over There

I'm still posting at the new site - I keep adding here on occasion to keep it from being taken over by spam comment, porns, and other freaks. GO VISIT ME HERE.


Saturday, February 24, 2007

Wordpress Takes Over the World - Readership Down

I just read my pal Tim's readership is down on Tennessee Redneck in King Harald's Court (and Pookie) so checked my stats too. My new blog at Wordpress seems to be suffering as well (or maybe it's just that fewer people are suffering from reading me since I've made the switch). So I clicked on my Google Reader which I've learned to depend on and found that I hadn't updated it for Tim's new wordpress site. I'm wondering if that's what's going on here, too.

So if you haven't updated your reader, consider this a friendly reminder. Or if you don't want to, that's okay too. But I hope you do. Thank you very much.

Here's my new blog at wordpress.


Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Resistance is Futile

I waited and waited to convert to Word Press so that all my old posts and comments could be moved from the NEW blogger. The not-so-evil genius Lynnster contacted me and said she could make it so! So I'm the newest to be assimilated. Come visit me over here and read all about how our very own honorary citizen of MIDDLE TENNESSEE earned her wrinkles! Oh, and please change your links!


Tuesday, February 13, 2007

My Sweet Valentine's Gift

For Valentine's Day, the husband and I have hired a handyman to come in and strip the hideous kitchen wallpaper. Woot! He is also going to repair the walls and prep it for paint, then we'll prime and paint as our own do-it-yourself project. I'm stoked! I'll need to do some before and after pictures.

We've cleared the countertops, the tops of the cabinets (and in fact have a load of stuff in the dishwasher now on the "china" cycle), and have taken clocks, calendars, and other assorted items off the walls. We're ready!

I picked up a goofball card for my husband and am giving him a Nacho Libre pen. It'll go with his Homer Simpson bottle opener ("Mmmmm.... beer.... yes! oh yes!"). We're so romantic. I truly find that new sitcom to be hilarious, though it's filled with predictable dialogue, etc. Ummm... Rules of Engagement? We're definitely the Puddy couple.

Meanwhile, I want to wish all my pals in computer land a very happy, romantic, fun, loving, or not-lonely Valentine's Day!

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This One is For the Squirrel Queen

My brother emailed this. I hope I put the link from whence it originally came. If no, here is the link where he picked it up.

It is a better Tuesday as I'm not green and dizzy today. It's also "award" day at work. I'll get my plaque for what was formerly known as the "million dollar club." It's interesting - you have to sell $2 million in real estate to make it because each transaction has a seller agent and a buyer agent, so you only get credit for half of one transaction (unless you sell both sides).

Last year was my first year in that not-so-exclusive club. I also picked up the People's Choice award (aka "Whale Done") in which the other agents vote for who has been the most helpful, best attitude, etc. So that was fun. My only disappointment was I never picked up the "Rookie of the Year" although the agents who been given it said it's been bad luck for them. So maybe in the bigger picture, that's a good thing. The best news is that the two agents who are up for it are really spectacular people. I'll be disappointed for the one that doesn't get it, but ecstatic for the one who does! And then there's always next year!

Okay... I'm done preening. In other news, the husband has finally agreed to allow the teenager to meet her boyfriend after a year of Internet and telephone dating. I'll be going along, as will his mother. The problem is that he's three years older than her. If she was 20, that wouldn't be a big deal. But she's 16 and still in high school. He's 19 and in college. At this point, it is a big deal. I'm just relieved that she's not sneaking around behind our backs to meet him. Sunday is the day. Wish us luck! Anyone from the Cookeville area who can tell us a great place to meet?

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Monday, February 12, 2007

A Very Cool Clock

My cousin sent this link to one of the coolest clocks I've ever seen. Enjoy!

The Cyber Clock


Woe is Me

I think I have what Meg's had. I woke up at 5:30 a.m. drenched in sweat and ran to the bathroom. Subsequently, I've canceled all appointments for today. I am going to TRY to make it to the Home Buying Made Easy Seminar I'm putting on with four other agents, a couple of lenders, etc. since I'm supposed to be moderating. But it doesn't look good at this point.

Excuse me, I have to grab my bucket.