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Well, that was a fun read back. Glad to hear some cheery mingler voices. So to speak.
Emma, I was terrified when I realized I had to switch jobs. And I had taken a long break from working when Ben was working a high paying factory job. I had jobs just land in my lap, I hope you do, too. There are a ton of job search "helps", too. I can't remember the name of one I used, but they emailed alerts when job openings became public.
Fondled fabric and brought a tiny bit back with me, as well as a couple of super cute patterns. Might even use them eventually.
Off to visit but enjoyed catching up.
Emma, you have a business. Why not expand on that? You could work it like the big dogs do. I know not every SU demo spends more than they make. Like I have raved about before, something in the monthly send it out category? I don't care for SU style but yours is different and would appeal to a whole new clientelle. I prefer your style. Buy a long arm quilter and do that for folks?
In honor of my friend Patty's Mom and mine. "Be good and have fun. If it comes to a choice... BE GOOD.
I had a haircut and pedicure Thursday night, totally ruined my pedi trying to navigate back home with my sandals through the snow. heehee. But I got some new hair goop. I'm usually not a fan of the hair goop, but this stuff makes my hair soft. I like it.
I need a haircut, think I'm going to go back to the new lady that did it this last time. I like the lady that was doing it, but she only works limited daytime hours - it's really hard to find a time to get in there.
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What you are afraid to do is a clear indicator of what you need to do. - Zig Ziglar