Except that Kindergarten registration is postponed again and that means that I don't get either of my two writing mornings this week, a week before I practice pitching Seek Ye First at a writer's conference. Gulp. (It's not ready, though it's not nearly as bad as my outdated sidebar would suggest.) Plus, the girls will be very disappointed when they realize that there's no MusikGarten this week.
But, hey, there's snow! It's amazing how that really does cheer me up. Our finances this month look . . . unpleasant due to heater repairs and my conference bills hitting during the same pay period. (We'll make it, no worries, but we're having to be more organized and disciplined than usual.) But I can't be pessimistic about it. I keep qualifying the bad money news and not understanding why Paul's crabby about it. "We had to juggle some things around, but we've dealt with it. Cheer up!" I told him. Apparently, snow isn't a magical cure-all for my Wyoming boy.
Anyway, today I stumbled upon a fun blog quiz thingie on someone else's blog while I was doing a little administrative work. What does your sleeping position say about you? (It's so true! I am a big, cranky, light-sleeping baby. Except when there's snow! Also note: comfort can be spelled S-N-O-W but also C-H-I-P-S-&-S-A-L-S-A.)
Your Sleeping Position Says You Need Comfort
You are secretly sensitive, but you often put up a front.
Shy and private, you yearn for security.
You take relationships slowly.
You need lots of reassurances before you can trust.
If you don't get enough sleep, you are: Cranky and a big baby
It's hard to sleep next to you because: You are a light sleeper
glad you're enjoying the snow. And....good good luck at the writing conference!ReplyDelete
Oh, and could you email me? I want to send out an email to everyone participating in The Book Review Club, starting Feb. 4. My email: firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
I am so over snow. We got another 2-3" of fluffy snow, which fell upon the 10" of compacted, hard, icy, dirty snow that used to be about 24" of accumulated snow. Between gravity and subfreezing temps for weeks on end, this snow that Will Not Leave is bringing me down. Some cars have been buried for weeks now. They used to be blanketed with white, but now it's more like heaps of hard, gray, sooty chunks.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Barrie! I really am looking forward to it!ReplyDelete
Orange, OK, that really does make it seem a lot less magical. Maybe I don't miss living up that way quite as much as I think I do . . .