Thursday, July 07, 2005

Home Today

My daughter decided to start the morning off by throwing up. Unfortunately, she did it in the parking lot at work.

I took her with me this morning, thinking she just had a cold (the throw-up didn't come until later) and I was going to take her to daycare later. Nope, that didn't happen. Fortunately, I have the type of job that I can work at home. So here I am, tapping away on the computer. My daughter just woke up and is now watching The Incredibles again. Makes it a bit hard to work with the t.v. in the background, but I'm not doing too bad.

Didn't get any writing done last night. That happens when you and hubby have an argument - it just zaps your creativity right outta ya.

Cut my hair last night - about three or four inches off. It's now about to my shoulders. I feel so much better with all that hair gone. Strange how such a little thing can make a big difference.

We'll see if I get any writing done today - my daughter says she is feeling better. If she is, I'm going to have a hard time keeping her on the couch. Looks like it's going to be Movie Day at our house!

6 comments:

  1. Ugh! Arguments just leave you flat :(

    Sorry about the wee one being ill. Hope she gets better soon.

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  2. Hope she feels better soon! Poor baby.

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  3. argh! Hope she feels better soon! (and isn't that the truth about arguments just taking it all out of you??) Well, unless you're writing a scene where you're killing someone off *g

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  4. I hope your daughter is feeling better! What a good girl to throw up in the parking lot instead of home on the carpet, LOL.

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  5. So your kid threw up, you cut your hair AND you got in an arguement with the hubby? I'd be exhausted. Sending good vibes ...!!

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  6. Anonymous3:26 PM

    Keep up the good work video editing programs

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