Loc: New Hampshire
Hi Sherman & Co.<br><br>Yes, have been busy. Working on xtralean's next product. <br><br>And to top it off the company I work for, looks like they will have solved the financial problems by selling off the sister company for cash. For awhile there, it looked like the doors were going to close so motivation was low, no money to start any projects, no money to market the current product, just a real demoralizing time for everyone there.<br><br>Looks like it's back to working and programming with no time to post/read during the day. And when I get home and log on to MM - bam 100's of posts - hard to keep up.<br><br>Last night was the first night of R & R and spent that time with Ginny on the porch just relaxin'<br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue]Quitters never win, winners<br> never quit, but those who never win AND never quit are idiots.</font color=blue>
I seem to be working on a couple of MM projects, and was trying to catch up on the posts, but like Hagen said it has been moving quickly here. And I completely missed the official post padding threads, they were already locked before I had a chance to get some serious posting in! LOL<br><br>I am 6 weeks away from graduating so am really busy finishing up the degree. And also trying to get my end of things done for the Xtralean stuff. I am trying to make time to go on the mad job hunt, but have not really started that yet. The good news is that the cats are still alive and so are all the plants! <br><br>We even had time to dance around to old tunes last night, like the lunatics that we are. Two of our favourites: "I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. I highly recommend these two songs, playing loudly, you cannot help but to dance around and sing to them! LOL Actually I am chair dancing right now while I write this post, I just cannot get enough of these songs. Music rules!<br><br>MrsJC<br><br>If the 7-11 is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, why are there locks on the doors?
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