Saturday, April 24, 2010


Where to share? I was going to write about my day on Facebook, then I considered twitter. Finally, I decided on the blog! Here I can write and not seem like I'm bragging...much.

First,  a Jean Pierre update. He persisted in calling me. We even planned for him to call me on Wednesday night. I ended up at a happy hour on Wednesday and didn't get home until 10:30pm. He called me four time on my cell and left one petulant message, "Oh, Jamy, I guess you don't feel like talking to me. You don't answer. Maybe you will want to talk to me later." And then a message on my land line. Creepy. I'm done. Sorry, JP, it was fun while it didn't last.

Work has been just fine since I got back from Seattle. Then again, I was only in the office 2.5 days. That helps! I came in for half a day on Monday and I was in a training on Thursday and Friday. We'll see how next week goes. The boss is leaving me alone. I think her boss said something to her. I suspect she won't be leaving me alone forever.

Today, I feel extra virtuous. This morning, I got bread ready for baking. I folded laundry. Went for a jog to my favorite coffee place. Drank coffee. Shopped for food. Carried food home. Bought fancy cat food. Home now, ready to bake bread and relax (and knit) for the rest of the day. Maybe I'll do some house cleaning too...thought that seems doubtful. Works for me!

Grateful for: getting up early enough to get so much done.


  1. Getting up early was something I had forgotten how to do until the painters started arriving at 8:30. It feels good to be up by 7:00 and be ready for bed at a reasonable hour.

    I'm really into baking bread these days. Maybe we should have a bread-baking-knitting bee one of these days. What do you think?

  2. Well, I'm only this productive on the weekend. :)

    I am game for knitting and baking! Actually, I could definitely use your help in the not too distant future when I have to sew some ribbon on to the button bands of my sweater! Sweater is slowly coming together, so it will be a while, but I'm dreading the sewing since I have little experience with it.

  3. As romantic as the Jean Pierre thing was, I guess it didn't have much of a future. Too bad, though, it would have made such a good story. You were in my 'hood (Seattle) last week I guess! Good luck with the knitting project; kudos, looks great.

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