Okay, today is officially crazy. Rosh Hashana starts tonight and runs until Shabbat starts on Friday night. So, between the holiday and Shabbat I'm out of commission for 3 solid days. I don't have everything I need for the meals and now have to make a trip to Costco (one of the places I really don't like all that much) in order to pick up something I need desperately and couldn't get elsewhere. Aside from everything else, it's out of my way, I have to take everybody (because my daughter is the one with the Costco card and I'm the one with the drivers license) and it takes forever to get through there. All for one or two items.
My 3 year old granddaughter has school today for a grand total of ONE hour. Everybody else is off. I have to go either downtown or to Richmond to the passport office to turn in my passport application because my documentation finally arrived yesterday and I can't risk waiting until the beginning of the week to do it because I'm going to a wedding in the US at the beginning of October and I'd like to be allowed across the border.
And we're trying to get out a major mailing at work today when the material we're mailing just came from the printer yesterday afternoon and we got a new mailing machine yesterday morning. As of the time I left the office yesterday the machine was sealing 4 envelopes, then stopping. We have about 5,000 going out!
So, why am I making my first post in over a month? Because it's almost Rosh Hashana and I want to start the new year off right. First of all, Shana Tova to all my Jewish readers. Have a good and sweet year! And I feel guilty that I've been so busy I haven't gotten back to this after planning to.
I'm going to try to do better this year but September is full of days when we can't write so the posts are going to be sporadic, even if I'm good about getting back to blogging! Anyway, I'm off and running. Wish me luck!