So I've been working in InDesign all day, and I went to import some text (which I thought I knew how to do...not true, apparently). Everything locked up, and I went to restart it, and it locked up on the restart, too...so I forced it to shut down. When I opened up my document, it hadn't autosaved or saved it's recovery file. So everything I did today is gone.
It was only about five hours worth of work. I guess it will be even more fun to do a second time!
I don't use emoticon's very often, but this is how I am currently feeling----> >:(
Cam and my dad were on and ready to go riding before I even had my mule saddled yesterday. When I walked up with Maggie, I asked what they were talking about.
"Camri wants to know when she can quit school?"
I told her, "Well, you can stop when you are 18, but it will probably be more like 22."
When we were getting ready for bed last night, she wanted to know if she could leave school early. "You know, like after lunch or something?" I told her we would have to ask Mrs. Dintelman, but I didn't think that was allowed.
Darlin' let loose and let your hair down We're staying at home for a night on the town So turn the music up, we'll dim the lights down Let those old records keep spinnin' around Replace all our worries with some romance Tell me you love me, we'll shut up and dance...
Today is Camri's first day of kindergarten. She was ready about 15 minutes before she needed to be because she was so excited. I walked her into her classroom, but didn't stay long after that... It was a little overwhelming.
I am anxious to go pick her up and hear all about her first day. I'm sure it is going great...but it is sad to think that she is going to have this whole set of people she knows that I don't. She is such a people person and makes friends so easily, I know she will be fine.
I can't believe that it is already time to start working on the OCTOBER issue of Mules and More. Even though it has been sooohhhooottt, I'm not quite ready for summer to be over :(
We got this seat for Camri, who quickly decided she didn't want to ride behind on our mules and that she wanted to ride by herself. She used 5-10 times, maybe. It is in great condition.
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Here is the description of this seat from another site:
"Now your little one can ride comfortably and more securely behind you. This Buddy Seat made in the USA by Abetta® features the following: * Shock absorbing closed cell foam jockey seat completely covered with Cordura® Nylon * Thick foam padded cantle and swell * Wide 2" nylon stirrup leathers with durable Ralide® stirrups * Heavy nylon hand straps * Securely attaches to parent's saddle with four adjustable nylon straps for a snug fit