Spread Thin

I spend so much time on websites and social media sites now for me, myself and the cancer people that I rarely think about blogging unless something is going wrong!

Nothing is actually going wrong right now, I just had five minutes to kill.

I have been so busy but I don’t know why. I look around and don’t see a bunch of new stuff going on, but it feels like I am always just getting ready to do something.

I’ve been trying to teach myself so many new things when it comes to websites and stuff that my brain feels like it might be melting just a little bit. It’s tricky because there are lots of free options out there to do fancy things on websites, but to do exactly what you want to do it requires you to buy software or learn to code html, which…um…not really in my wheelhouse. So, I try lots and lots of free things and then try and figure out how I can take the free things and mix them with other free things to do what I want to do.

My house is all status quo, nothing new and exciting or bad and exciting for anyone! Dog is still her neurotic self, cat is still his kind of an ass self.

My new neighbor has finally stopped trapping and torturing animals outside my bedroom window so that’s nice.

We still have one condo for sale in our little group so at some point one more new neighbor will arrive. I try not to be insulted at the huge turnover since we moved in!

I have another very busy day tomorrow, but this time it really is busy! I have something scheduled for 7:15 – 8:30 am, 2:30 – 4:00 pm and 5:00 to 8:00 pm! Friday I will hopefully have lunch with my sister.

Okay – I am sure that’s all the excitement anyone can bear*.

*I had to go look up definitions because suddenly my melty brain couldn’t remember bare or bear!

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Spread Thin

  1. What is your neighbor trapping??? And why?

    Yikes tomorrow is very busy.

    I have had to look those words up, too.

    1. They started out trapping ground hogs because they ground hogs were trying to nest in their basement, then they accidentally got a possum too. They were using humane traps, but not very humanely. It was very uncomfortable here. 🙁

  2. When I first got on Xanga, I tried some fancy stuff…then I went back to the easy stuff. My Baby Boomer brain isn’t designed to decipher computer codes.

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