Oh boy! What a week!
My husband scored a new job and had to start training out of state last Tues. So, I’ve been scrambling trying to get our house ready to sell. We’re moving back to my hometown in good ol’ Idaho. I’m torn. I am excited to be around family again. We’ve been gone for ten years and had two kids in the process. We’ve missed out on family dinners, growing cousins, and all that family stuff I grew up with. It’ll be great to be able to set our Thanksgiving table for more than four or send my kids over to Grandma’s or their Aunt Audrey’s so I can do whatevs I want.
The bad part is I love Utah, the mountains welcoming me through our large picture window, the museums, the weather, blah, blah, blah. Plus, I will miss my friends. I hated Utah when I first moved. It was hard to make friends because I didn’t go to church, but I have made some great ones—kindred spirits. How I will survive without them, I’m not sure.
But . . . my husband has a job. Woo-hoo!
So, we have to put our house on the market and that has left me zero time to blog. I wanted to post the results from my last blog: Assessment Test For Bloggers
Are you ready?
For all of those who participated, I want to say thank you. After careful consideration and scientific study in between painting and spackling, I have some good news and bad news. The good news is all of your answers seem to be correctly spelled and formatted. The bad news is the answers indicate that y’all are crazy. Yep, you’re nuts. Although I’m pleased that no one answered number one wrong. ;) All those who commented I'll put in my blog roll, so I can keep track of them--safety precaution. Gotta keep track of the crazies and while I'm doing that I'll read their blogs and I hope you do too.
I was going to use this test as a lead in to my next blog on crafting characters, but I have paint in my hair and have a load of crap that needs to be taken to the dump. So I’ll have to wait until next time.
To prepare for my next blog on characters, leave me a tip about your character development process and I’ll link back to your blog in my next post.