Sunday, December 10, 2006

It's Not You, It's Me.

I've been soooooooooo busy. You've heard this before from bloggers around the knitosphere, I know, but I promise you - it's not you, it's me. Between working full time, trying to open the new business and school, I'm exhausted at the end of every single day. This is not to say that there is no knitting happening. I've been doing some knitting for some new babies who are due to arrive soon and I've been doing some knitting for me and well, I've even been aquiring some yarn here and there.

The holidays are right around the corner and my business launches in January. I'm horribly unprepared. I've been working all weekend and feel no closer to things that I need to accomplish. I am somewhat freakishly calm about this and that has me worried. The class that I've been taking for the last few months has its last meeting before graduation this coming Tuesday. I dread it. I am fearful of not seeing my dear friends - the only people who understand me right now, for they too are doing the insane and trying to launch companies. It's good to be with your own kind. I'm thinking of launching another venture - the AAA. No, I won't be the one to call should your car break down, but if you're a member of our class (or any of the Academy classes) you can be eligible to join the Academy Alumni Association. The motto just might be - hang out with the other crazy people who are trying to launch businesses!

So, there's a lot on a girl's plate. You understand, don't you? Forgive me for being absent - I'll even take some pictures tonight and post them. There are a lot of things on my knitting wish list this year - we'll review the coolest of the cool gifts next entry.

Love ya!

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