Thursday, June 26, 2014

Really Random Thursday, 6/26/14: The Late Edition

I'm not sure what happened, but I woke up this morning, realizing it was Thursday. Really Random Thursday, and no post.

I'm going to blame it on the fact that I have been distracted by the thought of being nearly completely retired by the end of the work day tomorrow. I do medical transcription at home and the new electronic medical records mandates have made us pretty much a thing of the past.

The cons: Less money to spend on fabric going into the household budget.

The pros: More time to spend sewing. So it's a good thing I already have a HUGE fabric stash some fabric to use for quilts.

This was fun.

Okay, it's your turn.


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Val's Quilting Studio said... #

My friend use to have the same job...and had to change too. Hang in there. :) ALways enjoy seeing the grandkids.

Quilting Stories said... #

The most important in life is to see children and grandchildren growing healthy... and having fun!

Terri said... #

Congrats on your soon-to-be-retired status! How exciting! Good thing you live so close to family so you can spend more time together. And sew more too. Enjoy!

Celtic Thistle said... #

More time to spend sewing is always good Cindy!

Deborah said... #

Yay to Really Random!

Lucy | Charm About You said... #

Congratulations on nearly retiring! I'm sure it will bring lots of wonderful opportunities :) The kids look like they're having a blast!

Needled Mom said... #

Happy retirement. You are going to love it! There will be more sewing and grandchildren times ahead.

Amy Friend said... #

Any change is hard but I hope you find that you like this one!

Vicki said... #

Well...CONGRATULATIONS! This will be something all new for you, enjoy!

Carla said... #

Hi Cindy. I hope you will enjoy your retirement. Usually people fill their days and wonder how they ever had time to work! Enjoy all that sewing I'm sure you are going to do.

Anne / Springleaf Studios said... #

I hope you can relax and enjoy your unsolicited retirement Cindy. Keep submitting all those wonderful projects and getting published.

Cathy said... #

Happy retirement! Something tells me you will keep busy!

Archie The Wonder Dog said... #

I hope you enjoy your retirement - thank goodness you've been investing in your fabric pension!

Katy Cameron said... #

I hope you can enjoy your inadvertent retirement!

FlourishingPalms said... #

Hi Cindy! I hope that your retirement works out! With the fabric stash that you profess to have, it can only be a wonderful thing to have time to finally dig in as you wish... or spend more time with grandchildren, who are adorable, by the way. Life is so full of a number of things, I'm sure we should all be as happy as kings! And don't just take my word for it!