Wednesday, April 20, 2011

I'm Back

After being computerless for almost a week I am finally back online and up and running!  I wish I had some awesome project for you today... but things have been CRAZY around here lately. 

Aside from the computer meltdown, I am in the process of going back to work.  Yep... I am looking for a job!  My husband was recently laid off from his job and now I need to be the one to take care of the family.  Kind of sucky timing with trying to make something of my blog.  But one thing is for sure... I am always doing some kind of project so I promise I will keep posting them as I go. 

And with all of that going on... we are also starting to potty train our son.  OMG you guys!  Talk about a challenge.  Luckily I have my husband home to help out.  This might be TMI but we actually got Carter to poop in the potty the other night.  It was so exciting!  But do you think he's done it again?  Nope, but hopefully persistence will pay off.

Meanwhile... I still haven't bought a new camera.... and now our dryer took a dump too.  OMG, when it rains it pours!  So those are some of the other items on my agenda to take care of. 

Anyway, enough of the pity party.  I do have a cool outdoor project in the works and will post that in a couple of days.  So please come back and check it out.  Also, if you didn't see the guest post that my mom did, make sure to check it out.  There are some really cute ideas on spring planting.  Now that spring is finally here!

Have a great day!

1 comment:

  1. I've been a lurker of your blog for just a little while, but had to comment tonight. I feel your pain with the hubby layoff. Mine just found a new job after looking for work for 4 months. And yes, things have a way of breaking down when you can least afford it. Good luck on the whole job hunt for either you or you hubby. Times like these make all the DIY even more special!

    Congrats on getting to the next step in potty training your son! It may take him a couple of more weeks before it starts sinking in that that's how it's done all the time. My son was very quick to learn the potty, my daughter was a disaster.

    Can't wait to see your outdoor project.I'm really getting anxious to do some myself once the rain stops.