I really like to have a new blog post every day but you know...just how exciting is moving? Not at all. So unless I have something really profound to say I think I'm going to do a series on the quilts I've made before I started blogging. There's enough of them to keep you entertained for more than a few weeks but hopefully I'll return to regular blogging long before that.
It will be more story telling than anything but that's the type of writing that I can do without a lot of thinking.
I will say, I'm shocked at how my Moving Sale is doing. Now, if only I can find some scrapbook/card making/rubber stamping type buyers! I have a feeling a lot of that will end up on e-bay. But that's not the worst thing either. Maybe I can just pack some boxes of for sale stuff so that once I'm in my new digs they'll be easy to access and get started.
I'm having a hard time with this whole packing up to move thing. I know it has to be done. I know that it has to be done shortly. I know there's a lot to do. I can't make myself do it. Mike thinks I'm playing on my computer a lot of the time when really...I'm just staring into space. It just seems so overwhelming to me that it's paralyzing me. I was even working on a quilt top this weekend and you know...I couldn't even get excited about that. There is something definitely wrong with me. It's like a two month long panic attack.
The other thing that's on my mind is my day job. I just realized...I can't take a single day off until Mid-August. There's just something that makes you panic when you look at the calendar and can't take a day here or there if you should want to. Now, I can go months at a time without extra days off here and there...but this is really freaking me out. We have three sections to our sales department. Each section has a customer service rep and a technical sales rep. Only one person from each section can be out at any one given time and only one person per job title can be out during any given time. Clear as mud? A customer service rep is going to be out on maternity leave and for two weeks of that my technical sales rep will also be out. Seriously...I'm freaking out!!
So instead of being woe is me, we'll look at quilts that I've made!