Daunting. Frustrating. Nerve-wracking. Exciting.
A few of the many emotions that circulate simultaneously when you enter the gates of selling and buying a house. As fast as this all seems to be happening, sometimes it sure does drag on.

We’re going to see a movie tonight. No wait, let me rephrase that… We’re going to see the FIRST MOVIE WE’VE BEEN ABLE TO SEE IN 11 MONTHS. Yep. Kate’s sister was kind enough to babysit so we can get out of the house. I think I still remember the way to get to the movie theatre, but I may need to recheck the map before we embark. We’re gonna see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Speaking of maps, have you checked out maps.google.com lately? Not only do they have the normal view and the wicked awesome satellite view, but they just released the wickedly WICKED awesome HYBRID VIEW. I had a friend in college from Massachussetts.

Wanting to redesign my blog completely. Sometimes I want to just end it because I can’t commit the time to it that I would like to, rarely feel like I have anything worth writing about, and feel like nobody is reading anyways. I don’t even have the time to redesign it. Sometimes I think I want to kill the rest of my site and just have the blog and then I think, well I should just get a new domain name for it and bid a fond faretheewell to eicherdesign.com… Frustrating.

I’m pretty sure that I’m the only person at work who doesn’t have a passport. I’ve been to all four corners of the continental USA, yet have never crossed an international border. That makes me a loser, doesn’t it?

My recent Book Tag post has got me wanting to read more. I look over at my book shelf and see more books that I haven’t read than ones I have read. Something’s wrong there.