Sunday, June 21, 2009

Sunday, June 21, 2009
Dark Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Summer Solstice
Raining. Again.

The worst of the rain passed north of us, fortunately, and, although it’s supposed to rain off and on today, I hope we’re past flood danger. Let’s hope.

I woke up with a migraine, which is just a sucky way to start one’s Sunday.

UHaul is the trigger, here, and until we get things resolved, they are, literally, making me sick.

On the positive side, I got my iPod Touch yesterday. Wow. I mean, wow. I’m taking the workshop for it on Tuesday afternoon. I’m pretty excited. I spent the afternoon learning how to use it, adding in the email functions, etc. I still have to get the Twitter App. I also got the adapter for overseas travel.

I also got some more info about Prague, and my language-learning CDs arrived. Yes, I plan to learn some rudimentary Czech before I travel. I’m very uncomfortable traveling to a place without knowing a word of the language.

I got a little bit of writing done, and I had some business to take care of, so it was’t all the productive a day. I’m in a holding pattern, waiting for some information before I can make the next round of decisions and take the next round of actions, and that’s always frustrating. I want everything done yesterday.

On a positive note, I’m meeting some good friends for dinner up-county tonight. Hopefully the roads won’t be flooded and I can actually GET there and back.

Happy Father’s Day, to those of you celebrating it. Stay dry!


Published in: on June 21, 2009 at 6:03 am  Comments (3)  


  1. Congratulations on the Ipod Touch! I hope you have lots of fun with it. Have a good time at your dinner this evening. I’m sending you good thoughts and hugs for that migraine!

  2. I’ve just hopped over from Rachelle’s blog party. (Wasn’t that fun?) My condolences on the migraine. They’re nasty. As is flooding. I hope you’re soon out of danger there. Here, today is the first rain in the better part of a month… unusual spring weather for a suburb of Vancouver, Canada.

    I’ve enjoyed my peek at your blog and will be back soon to read more. Happy first day of summer!

    Carol Garvin

  3. Prague? How exciting! Say hi to Vaclav Havel for me. He’s my 3rd cousin, but we’ve never met. I want so badly to go there one day and get in touch with my roots.

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