Yesterday, my gardening hero Gayla Trail's newest book was released, and thanks to Amazon, I have a shiny copy on my desk, and so starts my annual garden mania. Last year was pretty much a failure, but this year, I have an idea that will REVOLUTIONIZE the complicated light + cat situation in this apartment. It involves minor construction work, but somehow I already got Chris on board! We'll see how it pans out. For at least a few more weeks, it's all just dreams.
My job is going well so far and I feel good about it. Boy I feel busy, though. I've got a few website projects I'm working on for friends, and between work and those, I am working a pretty full day during the week. I sort of miss my brief period of unemployment, but I don't see myself going back anytime soon. ;) I was used to saving my crafts and sewing for the weekends before, I can get used to it again.
Have you guys seen the show My Cat From Hell? Unless you're also a crazy cat person, you probably haven't. But we love it. People with cats that are completely out of control go on the show to get help from this wacky cat behaviorist named Jackson Galaxy. We really like to watch to get tips on how to deal with our very own cat from hell; although, after seeing some of the insane cats on the show, Battlecat doesn't seem so bad!
ps, guys, if you're having behavior problems with your pet and he or she isn't fixed? TAKE HER TO THE VET AND GET HER FIXED. There—no need to call in a fancy specialist. You're welcome!
Anyway, all of these cats are crazy, but the best part is that Jackson makes all of them better! It's really pretty amazing to watch him.
Today, I think I'm going to give Ali's "Day in the Life" documentation a try. It might be a little boring, but it also might be kind of fun! If I like the results, I'll find a way to include it in this week's Project Life somehow.
Ok, this brain dump needs to end. Happy Wednesday!