Sunday, January 11, 2009

Sunday Evening: Random Notes

Went to visit Matty, Krissy and David yesterday. Got almost to Louviers when I remembered that I forgot my camera. We came back to get it so here is a new pic of David. He smiles and makes the cutest faces, however he doesn't do them for the camera. There are more pics over on my flickr photo album. Of course after I took the pic he went to TaTa and fell asleep, slept the rest of the time we were there. Maybe he just bores them, but no baby can ever resist taking a nap on Grandpa Fluffalump. I told him if he ever wins the lottery or by some miracle retires he should volunteer at a hospital as one of those baby rockers in the NICU. He thought that sounded great and would love to do that.



OK, here is my completely cleaned up and organized batcave. This is one of my new years resolutions to keep my studio organized. And that is really a big challenge for me. Will check back with you in a couple of months on this. I know, I am totally spoiled with all this space. I posted some before and after pics over on flickr so you can see how bad it really was.

I visited with Missy from my ebay group in her new Bonanzle booth. They have live chat from individual seller's booths. That is a pretty cool feature. I checked out the site and decided to open a booth, am in the process of setting it up but haven't activated it yet. I have heard quite a bit about Bonanzle from some of my other groups, and some sellers seem to be doing pretty well there so I guess it is worth a shot.

I am just moving very slowly toward getting back into working, maybe a little bit of winter blahs. Maybe if I would just get some new projects started I could get over the hump and start feeling creative again instead of hanging out on this computer all day!

Here's another quote from The Quotable Bitch: The problem with people who have no vices, is that, generally, you can be pretty sure that they are going to have some pretty annoying virtues. Elizabeth Taylor

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