Friday, September 26, 2008

Which is more concerning?

The fact that my bank went under today or the fact that it's noon and I'm still in my jammies?

I love my bank. correction. Loved my bank. I know the new one will probably be just fine, but my old one was very easy to use online and I loved that. And convenient. And personal. ah, well, onward and upward, right?

As for my jammie situation, lest you think me completely slothful, know that there has been some element of productivity around here today. The floors have been swept, mopped and vacuumed, toys have been organized and put in their respective places, my recipe organization project made great strides this morning and at the moment my kitchen is spotless. It may not stay that way all day, but let's relish it while it lasts, shall we? Oh, and for the children in my care... they happen to all be clothed, and fed, and currently happy. singing, even. some days jammies are way underrated. besides, mine are cute. thanks mom.

9 comments:

JessK said...

Hey, my bank went under too! I'm guessing it's the same bank, but with the way things are these days, you never know...

Katelyn & Wade said...

Wamu? Yea me too. A bit troublesome but it seems if not now, then later. Noon isn't bad my friend. I've pushed until 2 or 3 and by then, I mean what is the point really? What's more concerning is Wade's face when he gets home at 5 and the house is in shambles I'm in my pajama's and I tell him in all sincerity that I have been busy all day.

Andy said...

i totally thought of you when I heard about wamu. i know you loved that bank. i hope the separation isnt too painful. i remember when i moved to nyc you went down there with me to open up an account. which by the way i still have $8 in. i should get that if they havent eaten it yet.

Kristi said...

Sheesh! Maybe I should stay in my jammies until noon - I may get my house clean, too!!! I've got to figure something out to get it done! Thanks again, AB, for your friendship and being so open in such a public way here on your blog. I hope you don't take too many personal hits because of that. You are an amazing person!!!

The Silly Witch said...

My bank too. I have to say that we were much more troubled before the government pulled them out and sold them to JP Morgan with what promises to be a seamless transition.

Lori said...

Hey, I'm a big believer in "jammie days"---sometimes they are the most productive! I loved, loved, LOVED your previous post. Thank you for that. I am thinking about my own stumbling block and your post has given me a more tangible reason to work toward overcoming it. I'm going to add you to my "bloggin friends" link, if you don't mind. I know we've never met, but I really enjoy your blog!

321forme said...

No comment on the bank, scarey times. But your jams? Thats perfectly acceptable. I swear, sometimes PJ days are way more productive than the others.

Sandi said...

Me too on the bank and jammies are stylin' but then you haven't been to high school lately to know that.

Jaime said...

Bye bye bank, as Jack would say. I feel your pain. I have kissed our future home down payment goodbye. Happy trails future house, hope we get to meet someday...