This blog is about the everyday life of a pediatric nurse with a husband, two boys, a dog, and a very busy life.
Saturday, August 19, 2006
Hey everyone!! I am back to blogging. I will be making changes to my blog. I will also be promoting my new home-based business, as well as talking about my personal life. Hope everyone is well. Sorry I haven't been posting. I have been busy all summer. The kids are back in school, I am cutting down at work, and starting a new business, which so far is doing well.
Update of the summer. Pretty boring, other than doing stuff around here with the kids. We did go camping at Blue Mesa. It was o.k. The kids spent a week in Texas. Our summer was interrupted when I found out I was pregnant, but as most of you know I did miscarry. We are all recovering well. I did attempt to change jobs, hated the new one, my old one called and asked me to come back. I am cutting down to 2 days a week, Yeah!!!. Blake started 3rd grade, Cole is in 1st. Part of my time off will be spent helping in Cole's classroom. They have been in school for two weeks and are doing well. Chris is surviving at work. He has been putting in long hours and is still hoping for a transfer to Texas.
About my new business: I have joined Disciples Crosses. It is a company that has designed a cross that you can make and sell from home. If you don't want to sell them, they will buy them back. Of course you can make more money if you sell them on your own. Chris and I wore them to work and I have more orders than I can keep up with. I am planning on hitting some stores next week and will be selling them at craft fairs and different events. The necklaces are pretty cool, made out of leather, horse-shoe nails, and wire. They come in many different colors and are adjustable for any size neck. I will try to post some pictures, and if you want anymore information or would like to purchase some, just reply to my blog, or e-mail me, if you have my e-mail address.
I better go get the kids ready for bed so they can get up for church in the morning. Talk soon, Kerri