Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Y'all know the saying...

"Busier than a one-legged man in a butt kicking contest..."

THAT....would be me.

Welll......actually, that's not true.  I'm taking my time unpacking (still haven't found that damn kitchen box withthe silverware and pans), but....

I started taking Cymbalta for anxiety (and also the pain I'm still in from the car accident) and it is making me sleepy as hell.  I get up, and 45 minutes later, I'm ready for bed again.  Good grief.

Anyway, we met one of the new neighbors.  Military.  Nice enough.  They said the whole neighborhood is really close knit.  ::blink::  Great, now I have to be sociable?  pfft.  Hopefully if I don't go outside in the daylight, nobody will even know people live in the house.  Haaaa....

(I know.....I'm a joy to be around today, aren't I?  I could blame the heat, but seriously, I don't leave the comfort of my air conditioned house.  Let's blame PMS, shall we?!)

18 comments:

  1. ah man PPFTTTTTPPPFFFFFFFFFFFFTTTTTTTTT with you on being socialble. YOU KNOW I dont like the social stuff and prefer to stay in door or in my yard in privacy. HOW ever I do have to get rid of squeeky ........... we got a new mattress but hte box springs gives you away so off to get a new one tday!!!!!! IHPE !!!!!!!! now i got say yes thank you and please after my door bell has rang for DHL, Schwans, and the USPS with broken merchandise!!!!! well off to go be social and find me a box spring. UM do you think it embarassing to the girls if I put a box springs on the fence out front and say SQUEEKY NEEDS A NEW HOME????????  SHOULD I????????

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  2. Hello Amy!!!  So glad you are in your own home at last, and I hear looking for the silverware and pans and all that moving in stuff!!  I know you must be so thankful to be in your own home again... hope you feel better though.  Glad you are taking your time and getting some rest... I slept in today too and boy did it feel good, but I am with you, I am not very sociable these days and surely don't want to go out of the a/c and I am seriously busy as heck but not getting much done being tired.  Hugs,
    Lisa

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  3. Oh No!!!! Not sociable, what are ya gonna do Amy??????? Hehehehe, you'l be fine.
    Gaz xx

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  4. The neighborhood I live in likes people to think they are sociable, but really they just wanna know your business and gosip!! My mom takes Cymbalta, she hasnt had that great of results. I also have a friend who took it and had some really bad problems so be sure to follow your Dr's recomendations and have it monitored correctly. Have a great day and stay cool!!
    Carrie

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  5. Oh no, not Close Knit! Maybe they can help you find your silverware and pans. They are in the very last box you will unpack, ya know. That's always how it is with me, anyway. Have some coffee --Cin

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  6. Toowit toowhoo!  Nocturnal owl that you are now becoming....lol!
    I don't bleame you for switching off and doing things at a slower pace.  Your mind has been sooooo jazzed up on finding a house recently!
    Hope you find the pots and pans....or do I really mean that?   That means you have to start cooking and washing up again....Hmmmm?  Keep dining out and take it easy. Especially when you are unpacking.  The nieghbours can wait until you have found yourself again and everything else for that matter....hahahaha!   Take care.
    (((((Hugs))))....Jeanie

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  7. Pms is always a good place to start

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  8. I just woke up from my nap, too and I have no medical excuse except, well, I'm just lazy!  haahaha!
    --Holly

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  9. Hide!  When I moved in my neighborhood I hung a windsock on my porch.  It was a cow about the size of a cat.  The neighbors thought I hung my cat.  It kept them away for a long time!

    ~Rosemary

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  10. My doc put me on Wellbutrin and Lexapro.  I could hardly type I stayed so sleepy.  I dropped the Wellbutrin, but cannot do without the Lexapro right now.  Without it, I am a witch with a B.  Heh......Donnie asked me what was wrong with me today.  I wanted to say, "Ain't nothin' wrong with me, what's wrong with YOU?????  ::wink::

    Hang in there.  So glad you finally were able to move.  Maybe you were there long enough for the cig smoke to do any damage.  ;-)

    Love ya,

    Suse

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  11. ::cough::  That last sentence is supposed to say, "Maybe you were NOT there long enough for the cig smoke to do any damage."  Damn phone.......

    Hee.......

    Love ya,

    Suse

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  12. Enjoy the sleepy, panic-free time.  THEN you can get  busy and stressed about hosting an open house for all those close-knit neighbors!  AAAAUUUGGGHHH!!!!  

    XOXOXOXOXO
    Russ

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  13. OOOORRR....busier than a one armed wallpaper hanger!  Sounds lovely to me, nonetheless.  I wish I had some neighbours!  Wait, I'd probably be one of those pesky neighbours that was always inviting you around for tea and cake, or something!  Wouldn't that be grande!
    Marie
    http://journals.aol.co.uk/mariealicejoan/MariesMuses/

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  14. Just tell all your nieghbors you just got out of prison for stabbing a nosey neighbor to death with a pencil

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  15. You can do what you like, Amy.

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  16. I'm never sure if close knit neighbors means just that or rather nosy neighbors that forget who you are once they see what you own in your house......Enjoy the downtime hon, life will be hectic soon enough.....(HUgs) Indigo

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  17. anxiety Amy? you don't sound like an anxious person from your blog. Take it easy.
    Valerie

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  18. Yikes. Close knit neighbors are like my top five things I can't handle.
    When we moved in here, people were on my like white on rice. I was all in a panic. That was a year ago. Haven't seen a soul since.

    take your time unpacking. It'll get done when it's time.

    Miss you!

    ~Heather

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