Saturday, May 16, 2009

Saturday update

I woke up this morning and started my day and then realized that yesterday was Friday and I didn't even think about the Friday update ONCE the whole day! I actually forgot all about it! That's actually a really great thing because I've been trying to keep my mind off of things like that and it's means that I succeeded. Thank goodness for hair clips, they completely distracted me yesterday.

Anyway, I did say that I was going to continue to give Friday updates and I didn't yesterday, so here's the update. There was no Friday e-mail yesterday! I don't know what's up with the Friday updates. We used to get them weekly whether there was a referral or not and lately they're kind of hit and miss. If I don't get one I just assume that there were no referrals. At this point I'm actually happy about that, because we're at the point where if someone gets a referral and it isn't ours, it probably means that we've been skipped and that's just depressing. I'd rather not know.

So nothing is new as far as I'm aware. I'm doing my best to find projects to keep me busy so that I don't think about the referral quite so much. When I let myself dwell on it I become ridiculously cranky and that's not good for anyone. Maybe hairclips will my continue to be my distraction. Every time I feel really impatient and think I can't stand it anymore, I'll make a hairclip. By the time Clarissa gets here I'll have enough hair clips to provide a lifetime supply for every baby in the entire country of South Korea. :)

Today it's supposed to be 80 degrees, which means that hopefully we're going to go out and find something really fun to do. We haven't taken a Saturday car trip or gone on a wacky family adventure in quite a while. I think it might be time to start that back up again! I'll keep you posted!


Jill said...

I loved the pictures of the hairclips! I might have to start making some of my own!

Do you do any digital scrapbooking? That is what keeps me busy.

Smith Family said...

I am a follower of your blog from Babycenter.
My hubby is in the Air Force and did a year tour to Korea 2006-2007. He made some very good friends, one family that moved here near us in Germany. She's Korean He's American. I know they'd be more than happy to translate stuff for you, for free. He was the Branch President in the branch my hubby was in. If you want, I'd contact them and get them in contact with you.
my email is