Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Sunday, January 14, 2007
I had the girls this weekend and we had so much fun. They are at the age where they are absorbing in everything and looking to me to guide them. I love it. I love making a difference in their lives and building on the bond that we have. This blog is getting kinda long, but in my next blog i will post some more on the girls and some pictures that we took over the weekend.
Wednesday, January 3, 2007
I'd like to introduce to you my goddaughter Teyha. She is my world and I love her more than anything. She's eighteen months and she is the light of my life. Just look at her...how can you not fall in love with that beautiful face. I'm not a mom, but I can't wait until the day when the Lord blesses my life with a child wether it be by birth or through adoption. Adoption is something that I know I will eventually do and is very important to me. I love reading fellow bloggers journeys through adoption.
Since I do not have kids of my own, my blog will definitely reference children who are important in my life.(with their parents permission of course) Teyha is also becoming a tiny professional at posing for pictures. I love photography and she is one of my main subjects. I'm sure she rolls her eyes and sighs to herself whenever I pull out the camera. I will post more pictures soon.
Tuesday, January 2, 2007
I guess I could start with why I chose the name lackadaisical. I work customer service for a well known company and today a customer informed "me" that I was lackadaisical and did not care about her needs. First, I was completely caught off guard with the term lackadaisical(i mean who uses that), then i took the "me" and thought the customer must of meant the company as a whole, but then she went on and on about the lack of care I presented over the phone. Hmmm....me lackadaisical. I began to think....was this because her request was something that I knew I was going to be unable to help her with, was it the fact that her request was so far beyond fathomable that I disregarded her as "one of those customers", or was it the fact that today was just not a good day for me...having nothing to do with the customers request at all??? I think it was the fact that this person was upset because I told her that she may not return something that she purchased two years ago and get an exchange for something else even though she had never opened the item. I mean come on now. That's like buying a computer keeping it in the box and never opening it and then two years later when you finally get around to it decide that it is outdated and you want to return it for a newer model....sorry but any business owner in their right mind would tell you no. I think I was telling myself that this woman is getting majorly upset when there are so many other things in this world that are far worse....for example my life lol...I'm just kidding. More like people are dying, starving, homeless, etc etc.
Wow....It's amazing what you can write about when you just write thinking of nothing.