How Time Flies

April 22, 2008 at 10:39 pm 2 comments

Okay, so it’s Tuesday. 

You recall that I did my full blog overhaul last week to learn a few things with WordPress. This week, I’ve done two full blog templates, and one header.  It’s great to have work when you want an odd job or two.

Yup, my eyes are crossing a wee bit. 

I had a good time and hope everyone likes their work. 

I’ll try to put some up somewhere for those who want to see it once I catch my breath. 

Today: I also burned the trash and cleaned on the garage some. I still need to do some laundry.  10:35–yikes.  Two kids’ soccer practice.  I also bought the kids “Kinetic” for the Playstation EyeToy.  It’s awesome!  It’s exercise with gaming mixed in.  My daughter whipped us to pieces!  She is SO graceful and fluid!  You do martial arts moves and hand-eye coordination so much you don’t realize you are exercising, but I was in a dead sweat afterward.  All four of us were playing and taking turns.  It apparently has Yoga on it…which I plan to try for my back tomorrow!  Not bad for $20.00, plus the eye toy.  However, I think I bought the last one.  Nike apparently helped develop it.  Very cool.  I like the computer people…they are very helpful fitness trainers without feeling like you are watching someone else work out with you, which is weird to me.

Tomorrow:  catch up on our finance class stuff for church, finish memorizing my verse, and {gasp} work on filling in the all-important “monthy budget form”.  If we don’t do our homework, we can’t talk in that area of discussion…so you know that motivates to me to get my work DONE!  Nothing more boring than having to sit their with your trap shut when everyone else is laughing and talking!

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  • 1. gchyayles  |  April 22, 2008 at 11:32 pm

    I love you. Thank you for such a beautiful, beautiful blog design. It just brightened my day so much. Praise God for your gift! I looked at the code while pasting it and had a headache; don’t know how you do it but praise God that you do! Praying that you’re able to get other things done and asking that He would restore everything that you poured out to blessed others [me] today.

  • 2. gchyayles  |  April 22, 2008 at 11:33 pm

    That was meant to be *bless* minus the ‘ed.’ Sorry, just a tiny bit tired over here!!!!

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