And it was connected with a speeding train.
(Oh, for the record, Heather won the iPod. Which is cool. I already have one, so I guess I was being a bit greedy in hoping for an iPod touch.)
(It couldn't have happened to a nicer person, though!)
(Unless, of course, that person was me.)
Anyway - I got home Friday night, and Jason informed me that we had a catering job on Saturday.
(Jason had also hung the chandelier that my brother had faux-finish spraypainted on Monday! Yay!)
And, those two facts together somehow meant that we had to make a trip to the next county, to look for tiny lampshades to put atop the lights in the chandelier.
(He had spied the tiny lampshades here in town, but there were only six of them and we needed eight. Just so you know.)
We went to no fewer than eight stores Friday night. No tiny lampshades, except those which were "out of my budget" (as I tell Anna Marie when something's just too dang expensive.)
(My budget = the cheapest I can possibly find something, by the way.)
Saturday, we went to another two stores, where we found a few to add to those we ended up buying down here. So now, tiny lampshades inhabit my dining area.
Pictures? You want pictures? Well, then, you're going to have to wait for another post, my friend!
So, Saturday was super-busy too, and Sunday - well, let's just say that we left home about 9:00 a.m. and returned about 8:30 p.m.
And just when I thought I might have a few minutes to catch my breath, I realize that I have another special section due in two days, and the magazine still isn't sent to the printer yet.
Good thing I had that second round of coffee at lunch today.