Big News, and also: Delurking Day!

First of all, it’s apparently National Delurking Day.

Delurker Day!

So if you read this site but never comment, today is the day that you’re supposed to say something. Even if it’s just a simple “hi.” It’s kinda nice to know who’s out there in the big bad Internet, you know?

Ok, moving on to the BIG NEWS of the day…


If you read this post last week, it’s the one I referred to as “Job A.” It’s full-time, working-from-home. I don’t want to get into too many details about what I’ll be doing because I’m not sure how prudent that is. It’s still in the IT industry, although it’s in an area that I have absolutely ZERO experience with, but it still sounds like it’s going to be a lot of fun.

Now, I just have to figure out how to accommodate Catie in all of this. She already has daycare two days a week, and that’s great. I think I have a temporary solution for the other three days of the week for now. The main thing is going to be finding a preschool for her in the fall. And of course, most of the preschools around here are enrolling kids, like, right now as I type. I’m not worried, we’ll figure it out, it’s just going to take some research to find something that’s a good fit for all of us.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m gonna go wake up my baby girl from a nap and take her to the movies to see “The Princess and the Frog.” Because days like these needs a little celebration.

17 thoughts on “Big News, and also: Delurking Day!

  1. Oh that’s awesome! Congrats, you!

    (Sending you virtual champagne, which is not nearly as good as the real thing, I know.)

  2. ::Delurking::
    Congrats!!! I cannot wait to hear how
    it goes! Sending you good vibes and vodka!
    (to celebrate). 🙂

  3. I’m very happy for you! I knew you’d do a great job. You are awesome.

    Preschool always weirds me out. Like it’s so insane how competitive some of the schools are. Um it’s preschool? ABCs, numbers. Not Harvard.

    Good JOB!

  4. Congrats on the job, and happy birthday, again! I work from home and I prefer it SO much to working in an office. My biggest piece of advice will be to keep your work space clear of everything except WORK. My desk tends to be where everyone in this house puts anything they don’t want, and it seriously effects my productivity.

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