I am tempted to just write a one word blog post – “Ditto” - with a link to yesterday’s blog. Because if you read what I did the day before, you’ll know what I did yesterday, too. When its time to put a new issue of the Gypsy Journal together, our entire focus is on the job at hand, and we don’t do much else except get up, work on it all day and all evening long, and go to bed.
So that’s what I did, all day long, and by midnight I had five pages left to go. While I pounded away at the keyboard, Terry was kept busy proofing, and updating our mailing lists. At midnight she told me to knock off, because I was getting more typos than real words on the page. If I really hustle today, I can get it finished and off to the printer by the end of the day.
Hopefully I can do it, because my cousin Berni and her husband Rocky are coming down from Muskegon, Michigan for a visit tomorrow afternoon, and I would like to be done before they get here.
We did take a break long enough yesterday to grab dinner with Greg and Jan at Culver’s, which is, in my opinion, the best fast food burger place in the entire country. While mostly located in the Midwest, they now have a couple of restaurants in Arizona, and I am looking forward to them expanding into more areas.
As were were leaving the campground, I saw our friends Dave and Jean Damon, 303 vendors who are hanging out here for a few days before they take their Heartland fifth wheel into the shop for repairs to the damage they sustained a while back when a young woman rear ended them. Typical of so many accidents, the dimwit who hit them was texting and driving. I don’t know if it’s just me, but the last few years, it seems like young women drivers have a worse attitude than guys their age. A while back, one ran a red light and almost hit us, then blew her horn and flipped us off for having the audacity to get in her way. Go figure.
Apparently the list of new seminars we are developing for our upcoming Arizona Gypsy Journal Rally that I mentioned in yesterday’s blog are going to be a hit, judging from the e-mails I received. Barbara Westerfield and Judy Rinehimer will be doing a seminar on smart phone apps, and I also hope to have some craft classes, possibly by Jodie Spiller, Mabel Becker, Jeannie Griffin, and Sharon Del Rosario, who all helped us out last year. I have not had time to talk to any of them about it yet, but I thing they are all regular blog readers, so ladies, if you’re out there….
Okay, time to get some rest and get back at it first thing in the morning.
Thought For The Day – A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small bundle.