How's that for an exciting title?
So far my energy levels are not rebounding the way I'd like them to. I'm lucky to still be married. My husband spends the evenings by himself in front of the television, while I toddle off to bed as soon as the dishwasher is loaded.
I'm so tired of being tired. And sick. This is the eighth day. A message to my cold: Be gone!
When you spend your days just getting the necessary things done – laundry, meals, minimal cleaning – and you sleep 10 to 12 hours nightly, there's not much to write about. I'd love to tell you how much progress I've made on my grandson's knitted cap but zero isn't much.
He just got a cellphone and I'm really enjoying his daily text messages. Young people prefer texting to talking, I wonder how that's going to affect relationships in the future?
We're having company this weekend, so I need to clean and menu plan and, since three of our guests are three years old, make some kind of treats. Because that's what grandmas do when little ones visit, right? I put butter out to soften yesterday, and it's still on the countertop, waiting to be made into … something.
What do you think of the blog's new look? I switched my photo blog (which is probably finished for this year) a while ago, so thought I'd try it out here. I've been trying to insert my own header instead of the bland type that is part of the template, with no success obviously. My stats will certainly go down because in order to use the Dynamic View template, you have to show full posts in Google Reader. Some of you who connect through the Reader may not even be aware of the new template.
I really do want to know what you think. Right now you can't add any "gadgets" to the Dynamic Views, so the blogroll isn't there, nor any of the badges I had with the old template. Supposedly we'll be able to add those 'soon.' I like the clean look and the archives are easier to peruse. (Except when I just looked at it the archives aren't there at all.) But you can't preview a post you're drafting, you just have to publish it and then edit it after the fact. And it seems less informative and less personal. I'm looking forward to your comments.
And I'm really, really looking forward to a day without snot.