Friday, February 24, 2006

2/24 Still don't know...

about the article. I may follow up on one the President started. She's contacting her source to see if it's a go. If not, I'll have to come up with something else. And I will. But oh, the stress of this thing....

Other than that, everything is going well. Just finished rehearsing for our first Webinar. I've moderated many chats, but this is very different and so cool. To attend a seminar online, for free, is nifty. I'll be moderating it. The only thing that will change is if Rob and Beata are visiting at the time, and I have a back-up in place in case that happens.

This morning I picked up the pager so now am on call for the first time for the Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Services. The guy I picked up the pager from said he didn't get a call during his two weeks. I can only hope for the same results.

6 comments:

Jeff said...

You are SO busy helping and entertaining other people,when do you ever rest?
Hopefully your pager will remain silent. :)

Jer said...

I'm not all that busy outside of work. Honestly. This weekend will be relaxing. For example, I'm not working at CSz at all this weekend, and will perform in the Rec League on Sunday afternoon, but that's it.

Unless of course the pager goes off.

Oh, and I guess I forgot about writing that damn article. Guess that will make for a bit of a stressful weekend if I allow myself to think about it. :)

Beata said...

I got tired just by reading your posting! Mom, you are busy!
Oh, I almost forgot--Mom, would you like a golden retriever? His name is Bobby... Golden retrievers had been outlawed in North Carolina in 1899, and a law is a law.

Jer said...

I see you're paying Rob back for talking about your cat...

rob said...

Mom, copy one of my blog rants and publish it in place of your article. I'm proud of you for doing the Red Cross thing, but I, too, hope the pager stays quiet.

Beata, sometime this weekend, when you least expect it, I'm going to "free" your cats. They belong in the wild.

Jer said...

Gee, I wish I could, Rob. That would make my life a lot easier. :)