Sunday, July 26, 2009

Remedial Space-Time Continuum Management

Ugh. I have always been a D student in the field of horology... I keep my clocks 5 to 15 minutes fast, I write to-do lists, I have at least three planner/calendar thingies... and still, what happens? I forget to email people and I slack off on blog posts. My sincere apologies to everyone. m(-_-)m

HOWEVER, I am confident that the current situation at Ku House affords me a little (veeeery little) mercy in the way of an ongoing distraction of the first order: we are moving away from our home of 7 years in pleasant Ballwin, Missouri, continuing westward to Tucson, Arizona.

So now my migration pattern goes like: Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Ohio, Japan1, Missouri, Japan2, Missouri, Arizona. And no, I'm not a military kid. ._.

All geography aside, the vast majority of my activities since the end of June have been non-craft and entirely uninteresting to all you fine folks out there on the Internet: getting carpet installed, fixing the front porch, WD-40ing the squeaky doors, giving junk away, powerwashing the house, hiring painters to kill the lovely pink color of the foyer, trying to compose something edible out of the perishables left in the pantry... that kind of stuff. I have about seven different things I want to make tutorials and patterns out of, but no time. ;_;

The good news is that this is the home stretch. Within 2 weeks, I expect we'll be done.
The bad news is the same; only two weeks remain until we leave Missouri. TT_TT

If anyone would like a nice house in Ballwin, I have one to reccommend.

4 comments:

David said...

We will miss you but shall continue to communicate via your BLOG! and email/telephone. Thanks for sharing some of your extra stuff that you couldn't bring to 'Zona!

Ku said...

You and Rachel are both always so sweet to me. ;_; Thank you for helping us to get rid of all that stuff... I get so bent up over throwing stuff away, even stupid ribbons and pens and paper and all that. You guys really saved me a ton of stress. Doumo arigatou to the tenth power, man.

~~~**diya_the great said...

Blogging is transfering knowledge and its fun to be part of it. At blogs you link to people and get information about different things.

Lawrence said...

Thanks for sharing some of your extra stuff that you couldn't bring to 'Zona!
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