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[Comments] (2) : I was much busier last night than I thought I would be. I got home from the grocery store after five and I spent the next two hours making dinner, doing laundry and putting the groceries away. Then I made cookies as quickly as possible and had a huge mess to clean up in the kitchen. I made a chicken-broccoli casserole and it seemed to use all of my pots and pans. I managed to get all the dishes done before 8:00. Then I had to hang up the wet laundry, put away the dry laundry (which John so graciously went and got for me). *whew* We still have semi-dry laundry all over our house. I have Enrichment tonight, but John is going to an Angel's game so I'll have some time to find our home again. At least my cookies (I made molasses cookies) are already made.

[Comments] (4) : Since Sumana asked, I thought I would take the opportunity to talk about Jamie's business. Basically what she designs a different coordinating kit of scrapbooking supplies for every month and sends them all over the world. Her partner does the same so there are two main kits every month. There are also mini-kits and other supplies you can buy from her store. Here is the website if you'd like to look at some of the examples.

What I do is stuff the kits, label and box the international shipments and take them to the post office. Starting next month I'll also get to help with invoicing and domestic shipping. Since I love having a nice, tidy task to sit down and do, and John gets home several hours after me each day, this is a great job for me. Another great side effect is that it's a great excuse for John to play with his best buddy, Tyler. And I love working with Jamie. And I get paid. And I get free scrapbook stuff once in a while.

So go to her website and check it out. They also have newsletters with ideas of what to do with the kits and anyone can post things they've made. It's really pretty cool, and there are lots of cute scrapbooking supplies and papers every month.

[Comments] (1) Quoted: Susan (my boss) showed me a quote today that said "You can't have everything. Where would you put it?" (Stephen Wright, I think).


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