Tuesday, June 22, 2010
To answer the question, yes I want to go. But I don't!
I've never been out of the country, so the opportunity to go (especially on someone else's dime!) would be fantastic! But I've never been out of the country and we ALL know that if it's not in my hometown, it ain't worth seeing! LOL! So, I figured I would put together a list of pros and cons for going to Korea. If you'd like, you can vote on whether you think the pros outweigh the cons or vice versa.
Get to leave the country for the first time ever!
Company is paying.
Family would have to fend for themselves for the time I'm gone.
Family would realize how good they have it when I'm here (this one isn't definite, but I think it should be! )
I would have some (not much, but some) time to myself.
I wouldn't have to cook while I was gone!
If the bosses decide I should go, that means (in my twisted little head, anyway) that they have confidence in my abilities.
Food - get to try different foods.
New foods that I might not like - like fried crickets! Or whatever is a delicacy in Korea (can you tell that I am a typical American and know nothing about other countries?)
Might mess up the job I'm sent over there to do.
Would miss my family.
Shots - I think I would have to get shots to travel internationally.
Spark - would probably not be able to log in every day. There goes my 223 day streak (so far) of logging in and spinning the wheel
Food and exercise - I would probably eat too much and exercise too little
Did I mention that my family would have to fend for themselves if I were to go? Minimum of one week. My guess is that I would write the menu, buy all of the groceries, leave recipes where they were easily found and they would order pizza and Chinese and go out to eat every night. I'd say LOL, but it ain't funny! It's true!
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
And I don't have the answer. Not officially anyway.
One of the companies we sell to wants to audit one of the companies that builds some of our packages. The company to be audited is in Korea and it is a generally accepted belief that my company will have representation during the audit. Generally, the lead over the project would be the one to represent.
That's where it gets foggy. The package is technically mine. However, the project was given to someone else by the powers-that-be when there was a lot of eyes on it (whole other story, not getting into it here). Since then, things have cooled down and I've done more work on the project, but it's not been reassigned to me. So technically, not my project, but my package. Semantics? Yep!
We did meet today to discuss the audit. The idea was to figure out the who, what, when. However, the when is so in question that the other questions could not be addressed. Another meeting is scheduled for tomorrow to try to answer them all. I'll provide an update when (if?) I get one!
Monday, June 21, 2010
First, I'd like to say thank you to everyone who commented on my blog yesterday. Even the "no comments"! That was the most comments I've ever had on a blog AND you all made me giggle! Thank you kindly for the support.
The apologies are for reeling you in. I'm not REALLY sorry, but figured I better get that token apology out there so as to not make too many enemies.
It's late now and I have to work in the morning. I will Spark you all later.
Sunday, June 20, 2010
No. I have nothing important to say. I just like to see that people have commented on my blogs! LOL! Okay, really, you need not read this nor comment. In fact, I recommend you stop reading now and go on to something else. The best has already been written! LOL!
We did have our yard sale today. At 4:30 this morning, DH asked if we could put it off until next weekend. Um...NO! I already made the changes in my plans to accommodate this yard sale. It is happening! I didn't say all of that. I just said no. We'll do it today. And we did.
We had only a few people until about 9:00. Then it was steady people (not all people were buying, but they were looking!) until 1:00. At 1:00, the people just stopped coming! So, we started packing. DH said I could get rid of certain things if they didn't sell. Well, two truck loads of stuff are either at the Youth Ranch or will be by tomorrow! We still have a large stash of furniture, but not as much as we started the day with. And, the best part? People actually paid money! Woo Hoo!! I won't be retiring on my $$ from today, but I did take DD and DS out to lunch and paid cash! LOL!
Now I need to go to sleep. Talk to you all tomorrow!
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Today is my second anniversary on Spark People! Yippee!! It doesn't seem like that long! I've made a lot of good friends here and learned a lot. Some of it I probably didn't want to learn, but I learned it anyway! LOL!
Tomorrow, DH and I will be setting up for our yard sale. The kids will help setup and then everyone will pretty much disappear...except me. I "get" to run the yard sale with "help" from the kids. DH goes to work. And, when I decide I'm done, I get to put everything away. Pretty exciting, huh?
I'm actually looking forward to the putting away part. I get to donate a large portion of stuff that doesn't sell to the Youth Ranch. AND, I get to put things back in the garage in a way that makes sense to me. Stuff I need will be within reach! I'll be clearing out quite a bit of stuff and I might be able to walk through the garage again...at least until my DH comes home from his day of yard "saleing"!
I'm up to 7.5 books this month! Okay, so one was only 100 pages and small. And three have been books with really short chapters, so there were a bunch of half pages. But, I must say, it's still 7.5 books!! Yay for me!
Time to update my spreadsheets and figure out what books I'm getting from the library to continue my obsession.
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