Saturday, March 29, 2008

Life as of late...

So, we are waiting with bated breath for Jack. It could be anytime now and we are in a weird place know that it could be anytime. I think it might be like a good purgatory. We know that things are about to greatly change and we have prepared much, so...we wait.

I haven't written much, and I want to say that is because I have been busy (which is true), but honestly I have not wanted to.

Work is going good and I am looking forward to seeing how this fleshes itself out..
I am not working at Starbucks in the mornings and REI at random times in the evenings. Yesterday I pickup a job at Dean International for the middays. I am going to try this for awhile and if it doesn't work, make some adjustments.

I think I will miss the pregnant Kerre. She is very cute. I know how uncomfortable she is though and I do look forward to her being able to move without a ton of effort.

Friday, March 21, 2008

New Day

Man, it has been a couple of weeks...and I am woooped.

Just to catch ya up...

Kerre and Jack are doing well. He could be here anytime now. She was 37 weeks on last Tuesday and everything is looking great.

I have picked up a second job at REI right now. I don't really know what is in store, but I am super excited about it.

Residing Hope is going to be awesome for Easter...very low key and totally about connecting people with God and each other.

Saturday, March 01, 2008

What a Week...

What a week! It was one of those weeks where everything at work (Starbucks) that could go wrong did go wrong. There are some advantages and disadvantages to this happening at Starbucks.

1. When things go hay wire, they go very quickly and it get really ugly.
2. When things are hay wire, you run the risk of screwing with peoples routines, and therefore creating a lot of unhappy peopple.

1. The product is only coffee.
2. There is always an end insight if you take long enough to look up.

I am off tomorrow and am looking forward to a quite day. Hopefully I can get some of my "honey dos" done. It is hard to imagine that Baby Jack will be here next month.