Monday, April 7, 2008

It's almost here.

I can't sleep.....I'm just too excited.

I'll be picking him up in less than 24 hours.

Today was the longest day at work ever and I was completely unmotivated.

Thank goodness I have off tomorrow .. I would be completely useless at work.

Unfortunitely we have a high up from HQ coming to visit this week and I have to work tues, wed, thurs and fri... but then I'm on vacation for 2 weeks. YAY.

I'm gonna try and leave early every day this week and play hooky on friday.

Did I mention I'm excited!!!


trying said...

oh i hope the times passes quick until you go get him. those are some of the longest hours arent they? i ironed the sheets once when i was waiting for him. how useless.

enjoy hibernating!

KJ said...

I know you can't see it, but I'm Tooooottallyy doing a happy dance for you!!!

Ann M. said...

Very, very happy for you :) Hope the time til you pick him up goes quickly!

wendy said...

Oh. my. gosh! Whoohooo! How exciting!

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Rock on! That is cause for celebration.

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Supporting our military, one email at a time!