Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Hodge Podge

- Someone keeps googling my sister's screen name to find this website. I'm curious to know who this is. I find it interesting that they keep ending up here. Do I know this person? Do they find my life intriguing?

- The most popular way people end up here (using search engines) are by looking for information on Diet Coke or pneumonia. Diet Coke makes sense, although I'm sure they're all horribly dissatisfied when entering this site. I feel like I should explain pneumonia better, though. So those who are looking for information will have a place to look. ;) Maybe I'll add links in my side bar... later.

*update* After some quick research, I am more curious as to how people find this site from 'googling' Diet Coke or pneumonia. This place wasn't listed on the first 25 pages for either search... I don't know about you, but searching through 400 pages from a search engine to find this site sounds a little extreme to me...

- A lot of people look at this site daily to see what is occurring in my life. I know quite a few of them have told me that they don't know how to work the 'comments', so they end up calling me or emailing me instead - which is fine.

But, if you'd like to leave a comment, you can. You don't have to have a blog or anything. Just press comments, type your message and sign it (because if you don't have a blog, your comment will come up as Anonymous and I'll have to detective work to see who you are).

If you want to continue to lurk (visit without leaving a comment), thats okay too.

- After a day or so of excitement about having a little more money to work with to buy a house, we've discovered that I truly qualify for what I was originally told. No big deal, really. I had no idea how I could afford a larger payment.

Still on the hunt for the right house, though. No real luck. We'd like to go south because most of the people Tom deals with would still be able to help him out, instead of starting with all new companies.

- Tom and Paul have been invited on a fishing trip! How exciting is that! Hopefully this will work out. They're discussing renting a handicapped accessible room and all that good stuff. I was invited too, but it would make more sense for me to stay up here and work. And, although I love Tom, we don't have to be attached at the hip twenty-four seven.

- Tom has a pressure wound on his heel. Regular readers might be aware of this already. Anyhow, I've decided that we should go see the doctor about this one. It doesn't look too severe, but I want to get it checked out. That appointment is April 7.

- Okay, thats enough for now.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

You should really give your "real estate agent" a name!!! "real estate agent" makes me sound so stuffy!

GoodSheila said...

I wouldn't say it makes you sound 'stuffy'. Maybe it makes you sound 'professional'... but we both know that isn't right either, huh, Ronda? ;)

Anonymous said...

So when do mom and I move in?

Trish

GoodSheila said...

Move in?! At this rate, I can only afford a shoebox. :D