Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Sorry For the Delays!

I'm overdue for a few things:

Responding to a tag from Christina

Acknowledging a wonderful award from Farm Mom at Children In The Corn blog

Updating the blogroll, which is longgggg overdue

Responding to the Comments section in a timely way

Beginning a weekly book review

Linking all the recipes on this site to a collection

Cleaning my house

Cleaning my house

Cleaning my house

Getting enough sleep

Since I have to do the latter 4 to function enough to find clothes, not contract typhoid, and not fall asleep on the job, the other things on the list will have to wait a teensy bit longer.

And the other thing....we've had big news pending now for a while. Till all the ducks are in a row, though, the fat lady will not be singing. Which might be a good thing, because my singing falls more in the category of "a joyful noise" ;-)

Ugh. Having to sleep when the birds are outside the window and going strong is just sooooooo wrong! :) The counting sheep thing doesn't work...I just get distracted thinking of all the sheep I want to be raising...heh heh...a different sort of dream, but one that energizes me rather than lulls me to sleep.

Ah, that reminds me of one of my dearest friends (who comes to mind daily and whom I dearly miss) and one of her favorite songs featuring good ol' Bing. This one's for you, Lisa B...


Brenda Kula said...

My house is a dusty, dirty mess after all this remodeling. And right now it's just the bathroom! Trails stuff all over. And we're still not done. I keep purchasing books, but haven't sat down and actually found time to read one in I don't know how long. And I dearly love my books!

Granny Sue said...

Robbyn, I'm way behind on blog reading and posting, and i'm hurrying to catch up with you. You've been busy! Your bread photos reminded me of my stay-at-home days when one day a week was breadmaking day. My boys loved it, especially when I'd roll out the dough for a loaf, spread it with melter butter, sprinkle with cinnamon sugar, nuts and raisins and roll it up and slice it to make cinnamon rolls. Those were the days...poor but so rich.