Happy Birthday zehera!
*does dance of celebration for you*
So two years ago when I was ill frequently, Spouse went out and bought me the first four seasons of Buffy:the Vampire Slayer on DVD, so that I'd have something to do. (Isn't he amazing?) Anyway, life is plenty full without TV now, and I'd rather have some cash for the baby, so I'm putting them on the block.
When we got them it was $25 for the first season (12 eps) and $45 for seasons 2, 3 and 4 (24 eps)... I don't know what's current but I figured if I offered them $10 for the first and $20 each for the other three it'd still be a good deal. So I'm offering them here first and if no one posts in a week, I'll eBay them. They are in the original boxes and are in great condition, and of course you'd need to pay postage. I could fit 2 of them in a 2-3 day insured USPS mailer going anywhere in the US for $4.55.
Well, things have been crazy.
Spouse was officially "ranked" today: he's now a LT JG in the Coast Guard. If you don't know what rank that is, don't worry, the only important thing you need to know if you don't know much about the service is that he's going up. *grin* I'm so proud of him.
Friday the 13th is my 30th birthday (Whoo!) and also the day we'll be having Spouses's "Wetting Down" party, a celebration of his ranking. Sunday is Sprog's dedication, and so having all this events in the same week means that out-of-state family are coming down.
Tonight Spouse's parents arrive, Friday my parents do, and Sunday my mother's cousins. Full house. Good thing we moved on base into a house or we'd have no place to put them. As it is both our parent are going to be on air mattresses.
We also have other friends (grep & zehera) who'll be coming down after the fact since they want to celebrate these events but are wisely avoiding the crush, and arrive on the 22nd. (Yay!)
As our pals in Grass Valley have been MIA due to some stresses in their lives: a broken arm, a drug-addicted sister and a family camping trip, we've made arrangements to go see them for Thanksgiving for a chance to catch a breath.
So yeah, nuts. But I love it. The cleaning spree I went on to get things ready for the in-laws helped me accomplish some long-standing tasks, and I've been sticking with my Tae Bo exercise and my daily Bible Study, so I'm definitely feeling human again. 6 Months post-partum and it's all getting a little easier now. God is gracious.