14 October 2012

60+ Hour Work Weeks Make It Hard to Blog

Sorry about that.

We went to Fall For Greenville today after church. It was nice. Good food. I wanted my friend, Full Time Wife, to be one of the ones doing the cooking demonstrations. I have become a firm believer in the idea that if you are responsible for making arrangements for portapotties at a public event, YOU MUST ALSO PROVIDE HANDWASHING STATIONS. They have those. Portable handwashing stations so people don't have to smear filth all over their hands with antibacterial hand sanitizer. Gross. Apparently, they arranged for handwashing stations, just not at the portapotty that I used-- only for the ones at the opposite end of the festival.

I feel like I've been a slug about a lot of the things that are important to me, lately, while I spend most of my energy doing something that's not important to me, but sadly, temporarily necessary.

Why are people so goofy? Why do otherwise purportedly intelligent people have such a difficult time following very basic instructions?


I got to make a birthday cake for a friend this week. That was fun.

I get to be a facilitator for the Ezer: Biblical Femininity study, during this fall session right now. That's pretty neat. Unfortunately, I don't have nearly as much time to devote to it as I'd like, and that kinda stinks.

I'm sorry I'm not keeping up with my blog better. Unfortunately, I don't think there are any readers left to care. :(

I'll be back. Soon, I hope.

Much love,

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