Well, here we are - new home - new Ward. AND LO' - the angels did speak and proclaim that I would be the girls camp director once again. (And the heavens did rejoice at the awesomeness)
SO - I perused the internet and found a theme for camp - Frozen. I know that you are all singing in your heads RIGHT NOW - "Let it go! Let it GO!!" but, refrain for a moment. I really could not have done this so quickly if A.) I had not been called to this previously and B.) if the ladies at Let's Get Together and Sugardoodle did not have such fabulous ideas already planned out. Really - they are AMAZING.
So - today's blob will show just a few things that I did do differently outside of their planning:
1) Lanyards - I did these last year and they are SO AWESOME. The only difference is last year my partner in crime is the one who sewed them. This year - I was the one that made the Lanyards.
So, I found the instructions from the Lovely Ladies at Jo-Ann Fabrics on YouTube - turns out, these little babies were so easy to make - BUT, they are very time consuming. All that dang ironing...
You can find the video tutorial right By clicking on this wonderful link that I am providing to you - Right Here
And Here is the finished product - 36 Lanyards made with awesome snowflake material to go with our theme. By the way - the lady at JoAnn's thought that I could get 36 of these out of 2 yards of fabric. Not so. 3 Yards will yield 36 of these babies... Just making sure that you are all aware in case someone does not know how to do math in the store that you visit...
link on Ebay . Pretty sweet if you ask me. So, I have 35 pairs of sunglasses, 36 lanyards, and a lot of work left to go. Girls camp is only 2 weeks away and I still have to put secret sisters together and everything... UGH! (Why did I get this calling again?)
Anyway, let me know what you think? I love more ideas and feedback on whether or not you would even use some of these ideas with your own girls! Happy Summer Everyone!
Monday, March 3, 2014
There is a specific process that must be adhered to when going into the clean areas of any Biopharma company - on this job, it was no different. However, this time I decided to take pictures. Why ? Well, mostly because it's really hard to describe to the chillin's what I do when I come out on a job. These jobs are not very glamorous - but they do teach quite a few things that you would not expect to find in a regular environment... So - let's begin!
First - when you come into the area you must put on a clean pair of booties over your street shoes. This prevents you from doing something crazy - like tracking in disgusting things from your feet. Secretly I wish that every house made you either put on booties or take off your shoes - Secretly.
Next - you have to locate the size of the paper coverall that you are going to wear. This is a super sleek piece of apparel that helps to keep your regular clothes clean whilst working in the harsh laboratory environment. Not to mention it keeps the wandering particles that are on your own skin and clothing from escaping into their supposedly sterile environment.
Next - you are going to want to be certain that you visit the facilities because once you get all of your gear on, you will have to do a full dress down just to handle any business. So - Make sure you Go before you dress up.
Though we know that you were certain to wash after your visit to the potty you will also need to sterilize those pretty paws. You will want to take a minute to use some hand sanitizer or spray alcohol to make sure that all of the germs that traveled with you have been eliminated.
And here I am in my deliciously sexay clean room outfit - I know that you all want one for your very own - like a Marshmallow Man... It's awesome.
Til Next Time~
So - we are working in Seattle for the next few days - and though Chemical Passivation is not the sexiest of jobs - it can be a lot of fun when you are with family working on something productive and fulfilling - right? Every time we come out on a job there is an adventure - (Ok - almost every time.) Naw - it is every time. Just depends on who is with us for the severity of the adventure.
Most of the time SOMEONE (Ahem... Doc) will set off an alarm. Typically it is the fire alarm in their Extended Stay room - but this time it was an alarm in the facility. Either way, there will always be an alarm that goes off - I'd put all of my perdiem on it.
Also - We have our imaginative co-workers that are always looking for ways to have fun (or places to sit down) - that's is really the most important part - sitting down - because it REALLY hard work standing all day long - and I do mean REALLY hard work. (And hot - in these bunny suits - sitting by hot hoses - it gets Hot Hot Hot --Not cold)
Doc then takes the time to make sure that everything is looking good with the systems - It's gotta look it's very best, or we aren't moving forward at all. (And we always like to move forward)
- Also - the food here - is TO DIE for. :) (Actually, I whipped that deliciousness up all on my own - and the best part is that no one died from eating it). It is true - you do have to get creative on a 2 burner stove - and our dishwasher is probably the loudest dishwasher on the entire planet, but it does work. Even better than all of that goodness is that my roommate knows how to cook - so i haven't had to get too creative on what to make this time around. Typically it's a Hungry Man TV dinner and some ice cream to get me by for the week. This time I'm livin' high on the hog (in a manner of speaking) - and I haven't bought a whole bunch of food that is going to waste. :)
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
There it is! THE KEY!
Bum Deal - I got the key this afternoon and then 30 minutes later I had to be on a plane to Seattle.
SO - Beta 4 made it into the house - and that was about all before I had to vacate the premise and head to the Airport. The Misses will have to move everything on his own (with the help of the kids and some relatives and the Ex) But, that is practically on his own, right?
The only really awesome part? Well, I think that the Lord is looking out for our marriage, because I know that I would be there nagging him the entire time - and he knows that I would be nagging him the entire time - so the Lord said "Hmmm, I think that you are not going to get the key until just before you have to leave" , and though that was a bum deal - it (I am sure) will save us in the long run.
Til' next time!