Back to work

So, now it’s 2007. The transition from 2006 to 2007 wasn’t all that eventful. GG and I went to a party hosted by another couple we’re friends with. Besides them, we only knew one other guy there, but all their other friends they invited were really cool, and there was just the right number of people there, I think. (They also had a really good pomegranite martini mixed up!) At about 11:45, we all gathered in front of the TV to watch the ball drop and have a few sips of champagne. (But oh, every time Dick Clark came on, it was such a downer! I guess it’s good to see him back doing his thing on TV, though.)

What did I do in my time off work? I went to three small parties, did lot of shopping, made a bunch of new hats and some other items, cleaned the kitchen and vacuumed the house, made a trip to the Penzey’s store in Chestnut Hill, redid my web site (though there’s still a little more I need to add), and played on the computer a lot.

What didn’t I do in my time off? I didn’t get to hang out with any of my friends who were in town that I’d wanted to hang out with (e.g. Amy, Saucy, and I guess also TJ), I didn’t make any of the appointments I wanted to make for this year (e.g. dentist, doctor, haircut, mason, doors), and I didn’t ever call Verizon to see why I can’t use my work laptop with our DSL at home.

I was very not ready to come back to work today.

4 comments on “Back to work

  1. I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to call you. I was only in PA on the 25th and 26th and had lots to do while I was there. Hopefully next time around I’ll have more time to spend in PA and we can cause all kinds of trouble somewhere. Hope you had a great holiday!

  2. Oh Saucy, I’m sorry I didn’t call you! I was a major slacker and didn’t see or even talk to anyone who was around from out of town :o( Hope you enjoyed your trip!

  3. I want pomegranite martinis! Hope you had a nice New Year. Kevin came home (to my parents’ house). We spent New Year’s Eve with my friend, Becca, her boyfriend, Gary, (the one who’s 53, but really nice), and their son, Shane, who slept almost the entire time we were there. Man, I’m glad we don’t have any kids! Talk to you soon!

    Also, hi Saucy!!!

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