Feel free to use me as a reference ; ) Not that my opinion is worth much but I'd have wonderful things to say about you.
Thanks Mindi...I just might!
I care. You know. . . in my fashion.
Please post! I need a laugh.
I got time...I'll just wait here for you!
Oh, I care!I think I'm your BIGGEST fan!!
Arh! Patch hates me, and my comments! I admit that I didn't have anything truly fab to say, but...my one suggestion would be figure out a dinner plan...for some reason that stuff doesn't just appear when you are gone all day! I think if you get paid to do something you like, it helps to keep the depression at bay...I hope!
Hmmm...who are these anonymous people? Mom?@Andrea: Doing something you like is certainly a big key. Also? Crock pot!
I care, Lynn! I just figured you were in the midst of some awesome top-secret project, and that's why you were posting here less frequently. And the Crockpot is a great idea!
hi Lynn - a friend just recommended your blog to me. I admire your bravery at going back out to work! I work at home as a freelance writer/editor because my daughter has too many health problems besides her autism. I'm on call 24/7. Anyway, I'm looking forward to your adventure! Thanks for blogging about it.
I will be watching for the *official* blog post this week!Another letter to future employers? A resume? Maybe a story about new pajamas you received for Christmas? I saw a *unique* nightgown at Target and smiled thinking of your "famous pajamas!"
Lynn you magnificent beast !!!! Any company would be grateful to have someone of your cranial capacity !adore this article
@no way: I do have a couple of mini-projects on the burners. More to come...@Pam: Well, I haven't done it yet! Not sure that you'll still be admiring me when I'm curled up under my bed from nervous exhaustion :)@Mindi: I saw that Target had my famous pajamas' print in a flannel version for the winter, but I did not indulge. I did get some PJ's for Christmas though and Audrey approved.@K: I'm not sure that my cranium has any brain cells left :(
Lynn, I live my life in nervous exhaustion! And sometimes with my face planted in the livingroom rug. I still admire you even thinking about reentering the out-of-the-house-work-force.