Thursday, June 15, 2006

Thursday ~

Were you wondering where I was after my lunch break update the other day? Well, after lunch I went out and made a few more beads. In between beads, I went in the pool to work on getting the wrinkles out of the liner along the wall. What a BAD idea that was! It was too soon to be bending and lift with my back still sore. I ended up throwing my back out again, really bad this time. I spent all of Tuesday and most of yesterday alternating Tylenol & Motrin, and heat and cold on my back. I didn't sleep much either night, but this morning, things are definately looser and I am moving easier. I am really going ot baby it for a while, and take it easy. I tend to really over do it sometimes, obviously. There is no way I am going to be lame for Corn Hill!

Check out what I added to my website... "Knob Commission". I thought it would be a good idea for everyone to see all the knobs together in one place. Check out Knob 20 ~ Blue China. It is the latest one in the collection. I would love to hear which knob is your favorite! I also added a "Site Visits" counter to the bottom of my homepage. I went to Yahoo! Small Business to get the starting count. I was shocked to see that I have had more then 11,000 visits! And more the 40,000 page views through out the whole site. YIKES!

Anyway, I am going to make a run to the post office today, and then it is a lawn chair for me. I am going to take this little bit of down time to get my book club book read. We are reading "Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons" by Lorna Landvik. It is available at Target, you should pick it up the next time you are in there. It is a great read so far. It is following the lives of 5 women in a book club through 30 years of friendship. It starts in the late 60's through the early 90's.

I am teaching "Totally Twisted" tomorrow night at Studio 34. I am not sure but I think this time it might be full! FUN! I will let you know how this round goes.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I like all the Raku's and the fiesta, hard choices though, they are all great, you are so talented. Seaweed swirl sort of looks like a bowling ball! Good job! Julie