I'm Back with a Little Fear and a lot of Respect
Actually, I did not go anywhere. I've been having trouble with my blogger and my blogger template, or so I've been told. I have been too busy to figure it out myself so, rather than fighting with it, I waited for the problem to go away. Don't you just love computers? Sigh.
I got my pictures back from the Trading Spaces set. No good shots of Ty (I was too shy to ask if I could take his picture) but I did get an ok shot for Ken. My friend up in Maine, Ken, absolutely LOVES Gen and he's going to FLIP, FLIP, FLIP when he sees the photo. I told him, "I couldn't get very close to her" which is an outright lie. We got real close, she was really nice, and even posed for me. He asked me for a picture of "even her coat as she's running away" and I told him, "well, you can sorta see her in the picture if you squint." I can't wait to see his response. It's about as close as a full-on portrait can get. Now I just have to mail out the photograph to him before he reads my blogger.
I've been told my site is quite "weird." I suppose it is but then, what'd you expect? I'm weird, why should my site be any different? I'm just surprised that anybody is actually reading it at all. Well, enjoy. The web is such a vast and wonderful place. I'm happy you stumbled onto my sight. I hope you like it. Or at least don't run away frightened. Too frightened. A little fear is not really a bad thing.
My friend Steve has worked for IBM for more than 5 years now. I have a lot of respect for somebody who can work in a crazy place for such a long time. I used to work with him at Tivoli and have had about five jobs since (gotta love the new economy) but he's still chugging away at Tivoli. Even though nobody I know is still there, he's still banging away. Have fun, Steve. And happy belated anniversary!
Until next time, this is Carol, the Carol in "Carol's Little World" signing off.