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No, not the holidays. They were great. We spent time with my family, hubby’s family came to visit. Everything went very well. Baby was very sweet and loved all his presents especially the big box that his Herbie Car Pillow came in.

Just sucks when I think I have a really great idea but when I actually create it, it’s not as great as I envisioned. I just hate when that happens… well it would’ve been too much production work anyway. I’ve learned when you have to try extra hard to make something work, it probably wasn’t that good to begin with.

Today I got a work table so I’ll have a place to set things on. Leaving things on the floor is not an option anymore. And putting things away, when I’m not done yet, is counter productive. All in all, just prepping for the new year. Just when I was getting used to 2005, 2006 is practically here.

I don’t make resolutions because I never stick to them… so instead I’ll make a ‘2006 To Do List’.


I get inspired and I scratch my head when I read other people’s blogs who have small businesses. Everybody seems to have their house decorated and some are doing extra handmade things for the holidays, etc etc. Dang. There are everyday Martha Stewarts all over. I don’t know how some of these ladies do it all. It’s great.

It makes me look at myself too. I think I think too much. I should just do it, whatever it may be. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Time to make a list on what needs to be done and not just think of all that needs to be done.

…at the end of the tunnel. Yay. Still slooooooowly working on website and stuff. I’m so excited that I’m beginning to grasp the shopping cart thing. It seems like a piece of cake to some people, but dang, I don’t know what’s wrong with me. But I know more now than I did a month ago. That’s progress. Still figuring web layout and making as easy as possible to navigate thru.

I’m also excited about these ten 13-yr-old girls starting their business in our neighborhood: The Baby Sitter’s Club. When I opened the door, I thought they were going to sell magazines but they handed me their flyer and explained their business and it was like the sky opened up. HALLELUJAH. I haven’t hired them yet, but it’s just knowing that their just around the corner!! 🙂 I also like that it’s 2 girls instead of 1 when they’re on a ‘job’.

So I’m making progress. Very slowly but surely.