My lovely little iBook is truly the cutest thing around. I’ve been sitting here on my couch, nursing a party-full-weekend-induced hangover, playing around with it and planning out some changes to my website. Granted, I’m still keeping my “Switching to the Mac” book right next to me, and have to find out answers to some “IP-based server access” questions (yeah, I don’t think I even know what that means!) but one of these days, you’ll see some fun new changes on the site. I promise.
In the meantime, the week ahead is chock full o’ goodness, and marks just four more days before I venture onto the “Holiday Travel-ganza” where I will be in 5 states (and one “District”) in 5 days. Before I go, I have two holiday parties, one kickboxing class (to teach), one karate class (to show off my BRAND SPANKIN’ NEW GOLD BELT! YAY ME!), two huge packages of gifts to assemble (and send), multiple others to ship as well, a 10-person cocktail party (to throw) and a little thing called ‘work’ to get in the way. It doesn’t help that I woke up this morning not just in the fabulous party clothes I wore last night (and, ok, also the shoes) but with a head cold that is quickly turning into one of those uber-annoying “random coughing fits” cold that will try and last for weeks to come. If I make it through this week even MODERATELY healthy it will be a gigantic feat.
And still, I love this time of year. It’s finally gotten cold here in Atlanta, and though I did drive with my top down on Friday (it was over 70 degrees!), that seems to quickly have changed into frigid-land, which reminds me – I need to build a fire when I’m done typing. I can’t wait to see friends & family near and far, and for once, have finished all of my Christmas shopping a few weeks back, and yes, the Christmas cards (both e-cards and tangible ones) have all been mailed. (I know, Type-A.) My mistletoe has already gotten a little workout, and I have every intention of leaving it up all year. I mean, really, a fire, mistletoe, an iBook and a lazy Sunday? What’s better than that?