Wednesday, December 28, 2005
Well the holiday's have come and gone, and The New year is just days away. Its hard to believe how fast the year has gone, by leaving us with memories to carry us through the next year. Six years ago , the year 2000 was considered the New Millennium , also known to some as The Millennium Meltdown, a time when many people were convinced the end of time was at hand. A millennium ago, back in the year 999, people had only hourglasses and sundials to help them count down to the day they feared would bring their Final Judgment and, no doubt, an eternity in hell. Preparing for the End of the World, But when the 10th Century dawned, followed a year later by the debut of the Second Millennium in 1001, the world was still there and it was life as usual. I suspect five years from now, or even ten years from now, life wont be too much different than it is today. Oh, I suspect we'll probably have more natural disasters and taxes, and high prices to stress us out each month. But hey, what's new? Seems like uncle Sam always gets his share of the wealth. For once I wish they'd consider the little people. I say stop taking our money with high price healthcare and give us a break. Surely my life has got to get better eventually. But until that happens, I wish you all a very Happy New Year!
Sunday, December 11, 2005
I know, its been a while since I have posted an update to my blog. I guess I forget because there are so many other things to do when I'm not working at Walmart. Anyway, the holidays are here and the snow has come again. It may look pretty but it sure is cold. I'm still not used to the cold weather. I'm still waiting for that big blizzard that everyone talks about. But staying indoors is nice too because I get to spend time with my man. Now that he is finished with his web design class I think he is going to resume work on my second book. It will be nice to finally get it finished. I got myself a new sewing maching for christmas and I just finished my first sewing project. It was a blue jean purse, the kind we made back in the early 70's. I would like to say thanks to everyone who has visited my web site this year. Don't forget to checkout my online flowershop and have a great holiday season!