"Well, Sometimes I use it as a legitimate excuse (sometimes because I'm low, sometimes because I just don't want to) but then there are times when I joke around with my friends and they ask me to do something and I just say "no, i have…"
I've finally stepped into the 21st century and signed up for Facebook. A friend of mine has been bugging me to sign up and then on Friday while in class, my instructor was talking about how important and useful social networking sites, like Facebook, really are. I've posted a link to my Facebook page if anyone is interested in it. I'm still learning how to navigate and really do anything in Facebook. I think I need a Facebook For Dummies book!
First I want to apologize for the long absence... Over Christmas I had to spend a few days in the hospital due to a heart attack. Christmas Eve morning I had an emergency procedure done to have a stent placed in one of my major arteries (99.5% blockage). After I came home, I was off work for a few weeks. I returned to work, only to be laid off in February. A few weeks later, my husband was laid off from his job. He finally found a new job, but I am still unemployed. I've been pretty busy trying to find a job, preparing to go back to school, volunteering as an aid at my daughter's school, and completely cleaning out our house as we may possibly have to put it up for sale soon. I've also been really busy with some charity kntting projects. I knit slippers, hats, and scarves for US soliders and some local hospitals. So a lot of my free time has been going to that. I'm working on making my time management better so that I can at least visit here three or four times a week. So I hope that y'all can frogive me.... Thanks! :)
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