It has been a busy week with work as usual but with a bonus day of meetings and getting prepped for a vacation. I'm back home tonight trying to transfer stuff from my old mac to my new mac so the old one can go to a new home with my nephew. Moving my music from the old iTunes to the new iTunes was bothersome so I just decided to use my old backup disks and that appears to be working.
I must say I really don't have much worth while rattling around in my brain for a post tonight. You'll be seeing a guest blogger for a post coming up this week. There will probably be some posts on fibery (and other) adventures with Stacey coming up, as well, as long as I can find a high speed Internet connection.
I haven't made any measurable progress on Forest Canopy. I am a bit disappointed about this but it is my own fault. I'm experiencing a bit of an attention and time deficit that I hope to remedy this coming week.
Deborah tagged me with this book meme:
1. Pick up the nearest book of 123 or more pages. Aerie by Mercedes Lackey (fourth and last of a series) I haven't started reading this book yet. I'm not too excited about it at the moment but I want to finish the series.
2. Open the book to page 123 and find the 5th sentence. "And we will need to call upon favors from other tribes to make up for our losses."
3. Post the next 3 sentences. 'We will not starve... but we will not prosper either, for some time to come." That was an extraordinary admission from a Mouth of the Bedu, who were so notoriously secretive that they generally had only one person in each tribe -- the Mouth--to speak to outsiders. "Starvation is a cruel death," the Mouth said, meditatively.
4. Then tag 4 people. I won't tag anyone but feel free to tag yourself. Thanks Deborah!