Thursday, August 12, 2010

Red, red wine....

Cheers!

Blogging has not been making it to the top of the to do list lately.

New job is going well, but keeping me over busy.

Situation with elderly mom is resolving, but has caused many a stress induced migraine of late.

Hope to be around reading and visiting blogs this week or at least this weekend.

Today's travel tip? Sometimes staying home and pouring a nice beverage is all it takes.

Link on up!

31 comments:

only a movie said...

Hope to link later...unbloggable here. Ack.

Michele said...

Glad to hear that the mom situation is going better.

Take care.

Brian Miller said...

sweet. sounds like a lot of good in your life right now!

tulpen said...

preaching to the choir sister!

Sprite's Keeper said...

Peace and love, Psuedo. :-)

Kristan said...

So glad to hear that things are on a bit of an upswing!!

sage said...

I'll have my TTT up in a little later today--like the picture and the tip!

Jan said...

Oh, I'm so glad things are going a little better for you!

kyooty said...

YAY! for things moving along with your relative. That's great news.

only a movie said...

Glad to hear all is better w/ your mom.

Go enjoy that glass of wine. I may have one myself (ok, not right now - it's 10 a.m. here, but damn, do I deserve one!)

xo

Mama Badger said...

And tonight I shall say, "Honey, Pseudo said..." whilst I pour us some wine.

Glad to hear that things are chugging along.

Maureen@IslandRoar said...

I think you're giving out some VERY good advice here. I'll follow it later today...

Nubian said...

You are the Goddess of logic. It is 8:54am here and I am going to my wine rack to select the red we will be having tonight ~ raising a glass to you. Peace and blessings Pseudo.

Captain Dumbass said...

We took your advice last night. Had a great visit with a bottle of white zinfandel.

Lisa said...

I am all for the idea that you can make your own vacation wherever you are.

ds said...

You're focusing on the important stuff now; glad the new job is going well, and that there is some stability with your mother's situation.
Sometimes a glass of wine is all that's necessary.
Best to you!

Lori said...

I've wondered about you. :) Glad you are still hanging in there but sorry to hear about the migraines. I couldn't agree with you more about staying home and drinking a glass of wine or two. Cheers!

starrlife said...

Sounds like a plan! Left a post for you to enjoy with the wine! Hope things lighten up soon!

otin said...

I could not have said it better myself! :) Enjoy your wine!

Kate said...

I’ve been keeping up to date with your site, but just don’t always have time to comment (sorry). Just thought I’d say hello again so you know I’m here!

TechnoBabe said...

Exactly. You don't have to be on the go all the time.

DuchessOmnium said...

I'm all in favour of nice beverages.

secret agent woman said...

You can't go wrong with a glass of dry, red wine.

tera said...

I'm all for staying at home and pouring a nice beverage. In fact, just yesterday, Secret Agent Man and I went to a lovely package store and purchased us some new ingredients to make "nice beverages". Looking forward to the weekend. Come on over - I'll share! :)

Gal Friday said...

One of my favorite places to be--HOME.
I completely agree with you on staying home with a bottle of wine and either someone(s) you love near you, or some alone time in your own house or garden.

Twenty Four At Heart said...

Glad things are better with your mom. Red wine? Sounds so good ...

Ash said...

So glad to hear things with your mom are improving.

So very glad.

May it continue.

(I'm mkaing a note to update your name on my blogroll :-)

Smart Mouth Broad said...

Amen, sister! Glad to hear things are getting better for you.

gretchen said...

I love hearing that things are on the upswing! I wish they were for me. Take all the time you need. We'll be here.

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Rachel said...

So agree about pouring nice beverage. It's a Sunday night tradition for me. Husband goes to work at 8 PM, I put the baby (toddler) to bed at 9 and pour a glass of chilled white wine. Feels somehow illicit and amazing.