Being home with no distractions, have a couple projects to do, I get “Tunnel Vision” and everything outside the sphere is totally neglected. Everything falls to the wayside during these stints. Everything and everyone. Flylady‘s mantra of “You can do anything in 15 minutes” gets totally ignored.
Paper work has come to a dead stand still and nothing has been done with it since I began the online course of Creating A Website on November 10th. Progression has been from maddeningly slow to full speed ahead. I’m nearly done with my website. The end is in sight.
I have my Sister with me for a few days while Les and Joe are out being “Road Warriors”. Pati and Tweety will be here with me to keep me company. I have plans (rubbing hands together) bwahahahahaha. Tweety will be sprinkled with glitter and probably have a piece of foam dot paper or two on her. Christmas card creations will be happening at our kitchen table for Pati’s family and friends. I get to be a teacher with an actual person to teach. Rubber stamping, using the paper trimmer, the Big Shot. Oh, half of my craft room will be out at the kitchen table. What fun!!!
I have a few things to share with you. Joe and Les were at a Waffle House in Van Buren, Arkansas. A server that had put in 28 years of service had suffered a massive heart attack and was rushed to the hospital. Having no insurance to take care of her hospital stay, her co-workers began searching for some way of helping out in her time of need. The solution has been items sold from Willie MakeIt that are sold at the Waffle House. All proceeds from the sale of these items go directly to the server.
Ever have one of those days you’d like to stick your tongue out at someone and NOT really do it? Or let someone know you are having a bad moment? Cover your mouth with these fans and display your emotions.
Phil Baker, aka Willie MakeIt is a comedian at one of the show places in Branson, Missouri. He created this “Hillbilly Cell Phone” with “Caller ID” and the two fans above. These items are sold at the Waffle House for the woman that has served hot coffee and waffles with a smile and excellent service to customers for 28 years. Waffle House employees contacted Mr. Baker and asked if they could sell his items to raise money for the woman and he stepped right up and shipped boxes of product to the store.
I love America and the open and loving hearts of our people. Willing to help someone out that is in a bind and get them through their tough spot in life.
Sorry this post is so short, but I’m off to begin my duties as a “Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator”. The results will be shared over the next few days.
Everyone, try to stay warm and dry. Safe passage on all roadways you travel.