Monday, March 25, 2013

I'm back in a roundabout sort of way...

Well, the rice didn't work.  My poor laptop is D-E-A-D.  I spent Friday calling all the apple specialists in San Diego and each of them told me that spills were a death sentence and I was looking at $750 at least to fix it if it could be fixed at all.  I decided to go with a new laptop, a MacBook Air, and discussed with my family that anyone who places liquids anywhere near it will be in the time out of their life.  That includes Mom and Dad.  P.S. I'm super thirsty.

On a lighter and happier note, I am excited to be "back at it."  I have been crafting like crazy and am getting ready for the Stitched Market in April as well as making new things for the shop.

ALSO, would you just look at the beautiful city I live in?  Spring is here and it is fantastically beautiful.  I am seeing little baby sprouts come up in my garden and got my tomatoes in the ground last weekend.  My kids help so I have quite a few mystery plants coming up.


I am hopeful things will be turning around.  Last week was not so good for me and I shed a lot of tears. I had some exceptionally challenging work days, my dishwasher died, my car battery failed, and my dog was trying to kill me emotionally (and broke my mom's handmade one of a kind deep dish pie plate...and ate the pie).  I also lost a Netflix blue ray.  I think that's it. However, today I got an email that Netflix received the blue ray which means a good Samaritan put it in the mail for me just when I had given up hope on human kindness.  Today I got the computer, had a party for my friend and her new baby, and Stella was not as evil as she has been.  Still evil, just not AS evil.  I take what I can get.


4 comments:

irene joy said...

awww, i'm sorry the rice didn't work out. and all this other stuff!! but it seems like the bright side is happening now, and i hope that continues.

sarah said...

Me too! Thank you!

Heather. said...

I'm glad things are turning around, lady. Those weeks, the ones where everything that can go wrong absolutely DOES... it feels like they suck the life right out of you - I know. But there's always the upswing after, and it always seems worth it, doesn't it?

sarah said...

It does. It's hard to see it in the midst of the bombs, but when things settle, it's all good...

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