Thursday, November 01, 2007

Welcome to NaBloPoMo!

Hi! I should be writing right now to say I am totally finished with school and be inviting you to celebrate with me. . .

But I'm not.

I'm so close I can taste it, but there was an element (difficult to explain) that I left out of my internship journal and now I have to go back over the weekend and add it. I was planning to fix it and then drop it off on campus Monday. Then I realized I have to be on campus for a non degree related meeting Thursday, so maybe I'll just drop it off then.

So here's the deal; I will let you know as soon as I get home from dropping off my amended journal and we can give a big collective woot then. Okay? Because I know you'll be just as relieved as I am when all my school work is totally finished.

I did come home tonight to find a card and a little gift on the table from Matt, Harper, and Rebound. I think they are all just as happy as I am and look forward to a return my semi-regularly scheduled routine of doing laundry and making actual dinner.

A Halloween round-up is one of the things you can look forward to over the next couple of days. For now, though, I will leave you with Harper singing her "Halloween Song" courtesy of The Little Einsteins:


Lil Mouse (Jill) said...

cool. hey i sent you an invite for nablopomo from ning i dont know if thats how you make friends or not but i'm meeces or lil mouse on there and i used meeces dot pieces at gmail dot com to register if you want to add me as a friend. i'll add you to my nablog. whatever as a friend on my blog too. thanks!

Mommy Daisy said...

Oh, I'm happy that you are almost finished. How nice of your family to think of you.

Loved the Harper video. She's such a sweetie.

Laura said...

Wow! Harper is a great little singer! We saw the same episode of Little Einsteins last weekend and I was able to recall exactly the same tune, courtesy of Harper!

As for school, there is an end in sight. Keep up the good work knowing that it will all pay off for you and your family very soon! (And then celebrate BIG!)