So basically the issue is that they want to make the blog a paid site if I’m going to post pictures and other media. Sooo…I’m searching for alternative host sites.
I have somehow uploaded a photo that took me from 50% use to 100% and it won’t let me upload more photos. So I have to delete some things to see if I can fix it. I don’t relish having to start over. So…if some photos are missing, that’s why.
Beautiful day on campus today!! I was somewhat saddened by my straw snapping in half in my cafeteria ice water BUT I saw one of Riley’s NICU nurses today and that made for happy times.
The store is going to sell “safe” toys this year and I was “lucky” enough to be the one who was on prep time when they arrived. So we got to go through the toys and organize them. They are so cute!! Be prepared for cute safety presents.
I was doing inventory inside the hospital in a small closet and I found a box labeled “torsos”. I did not count what was inside. I did not even LOOK inside.
This week looks to be a little stressful for the teenager in our house. There are a lot of things going on and she’s struggling to juggle it all. Tonight, she had to finish a spanish project that had her group have a “party” at our house, complete with food and conversation…all in Spanish. We had to videotape it. One person didn’t show up. I advised them to finish the project without that person but they just left holes in the video and this girl was going to bring her “potato” to school today. *eyeroll* Riley had to cancel work for this so we are all a little irritated with her friend. Anyway, they were working downstairs so Rick and I were just hanging out upstairs, trying to stay out of the way of the videotaping. I read a book and realized I’m not very good at just being at home. It didn’t help that I couldn’t do laundry, vacuum or watch tv which are all things that needed to be done.
Riley’s last day before school starts again. It was beautiful so we drove out to the orchard and looked around. We also went to her friend Braden’s senior start for the University of Indianapolis. She also spoke at a couple of masses this weekend to tell her “testimony” on why it’s important right now to raise money for the church and the programs for the teens.