It has been….A HOT MINUTE.
I am so sorry to leave you all in the dark for so long. I am POSITIVE you all have been dying to know what my life has been like since I moved.
Or maybe just Anne (sister) and Kathy (mom). At least when I check the stats on here I know I will have at least two views.
For those of you who don’t know, I accepted a job at Screen Ink in downtown Lincoln. Not Familiar? Click here! They are the bee’s knees when it comes to screen printing. Give them a call! If you are lucky you may even get to talk to me. Or perhaps here me in the background slingin’ shirts and weeding vinyl (biz talk peeps……).
We did find a house(yay!) but we won’t be moving in until March. So for now my very dear friends Sara and Kate have been gracious enough to let me play third wheel in their lives for the next month. Last week I started out at Sara’s and let me tell you it was all the fun of a great Three’s Company episode! She cooked me dinner, made sure I had my lunch in the morning and always reminded me to be nice and make friends!
Wait….this sounds oddly similar to my first day of kindergarten.
Friday soon came and I loaded up my car with all my stuff. You know the usual, two full size suitcases, two bags of shoes, one GIANT bag of hair and make-up needs, computer, ipad, planners, coloring books, sticker books, pots, pans, dishes…you get. #overpackersunite
Once the Impala was packed to the brim I headed on down the road to Kate’s. I had a very HOT date that night so I was in a hurry to get to where I needed to be.
By now I am sure you are all thinking my hot date was with Alex….WRONG. It was with the handsome little guy in the picture below.
Of course, we let his parents come too. He even said Alex could tag along but he had to pay for his own meal. I didn’t argue. How could I with all that cuteness?!
I am rambling at this point so I will end it here. More to come on the weeks spent learning everything I can from Ben, and trying to navigate the wonderful world of screen printing!
PEACE, LOVE, AND LINCOLN