Sunday, June 7, 2009

"We Now Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Programming..."

So, it's long past time for another blog post. I shall now proceed with random comments:

I am disappointed in myself. Lately I've been quite the slacker - with the exception of cooking dinner, which I'm getting pretty good at. Not only have I neglected things I ought to be doing, but I have neglected my relationship with God, which in turn makes the rest of stuff crummier than it would otherwise be. And I keep kicking myself saying "straighten up, Caitlin!" and then not doing it! But you didn't want to hear about that. :)

On a different note, there is a lady in town who is willing to take my crocheted stuff on consignment. The problems now would be
1) I don't know if it's going to be worth it (then again, I'm telling myself small profit is better than none)
2) If I decide to do it, I have to make some more stuff. The only stuff I have now is the stuff in my Etsy.
3) I'd have to buy more yarn to make more stuff, and I don't have any money with which to do so.

So where does this leave me? I don't really know, actually.

Hm. Is it me or do I sound pessimistic tonight? I honestly didn't mean to do a depressing post! It was supposed to be random, not ranting.

In other news, I spent the weekend with Katey and Alicia, and a dash of Terry thrown in here and there, which was awesome. Then Laura and I went to Calvary for the graduation, which was awesome. Youth choir sang in the service tonight, and we were awesome. Julie came for the church graduation reception this evening, which was also awesome. So, in spite of being penniless and somewhat pessimistic due to copious amounts of caffeine, stupidity, and little sleep, it has been an awesome weekend.

Stay tuned, because I plan to do a neat little post pertaining to my childhood soon. ;-)

P.S. I'm going to Six Flags again Thursday - yay!


  1. Ok now.....

    Get yourself right with God and the rest will fall into place!

    Yarn? Try yard sales. My frirnd bought a gigantic box of yarn for $2.00 One ball had been used. The rest looked like it just came off the shelf.

  2. We're going to Six Flags I'll think of y'all when we're there! Too bad we'll miss eachother. :-( It was good to see you Saturday!

  3. Thanks for the compliment! I know what you mean about slacking. It's so hard to stay disciplined sometimes.

  4. Good luck with whatever you decide in regards to the business proposition and have a blast at Six Flags!

  5. You know, you got to go with what your feeling so there is no need to apologize!

    I say maybe put a few things in the lady's shop and see how it goes. If it goes well, then use the money from those sales to purchase yarn and make more merchandise.

    As for your slacking, I think it's in the air. Although I don't have much energy to do anything, I still feel bad about it.

    Everything will turn out good! It just needs some time =]


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