Wednesday, March 3, 2010

OH HAPPY DAY!

It is over,
the test is taken, 
and I passed!
I can not tell you enough how happy I am that  it is over. 
I have been out of school for over 30 years and 
to be quite honest I was not the best 
student.
So thanks for all of your good wishes and prayers. 
My new life will begin and I will be working again. 
How will this affect my business?
My blog?
I don't quite know the answers to all of that. 
Making my flowers is very time consuming but I do love it. 
Time will tell. 

I will be back tomorrow with some pictures I took while in Fallbrook and Temecula. 
I had such a good time with my Daughter and my Aunt Toni. 
Come back and see me!


7 comments:

KaReN EiLeeN said...

congrats on passing your test. Real Estate? And it looks like you will never be late with all of those clocks!!

Warm Wishes,
Karen Eileen

The French Bear said...

Congratulations!!! Not sure if you will have more time or less.... real estate can be a hectic life......I am sure you will find a way to work it out!!!! I do love your flowers so I am hoping you will always find time for them!!! How exciting to be starting a new career! I am sure you will be positively wonderful at it!
Hugs,
Margaret B

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Congratulations! I would not like to take a test for anything. The word "test" makes me nervous. :-)

June said...

Oh how wonderful Kim! I know this must be such a relief! I'm sure it will definitely take some juggling, but everything is sure to work out.
I was not a great student either and I keep having this reoccuring dream that I'm still in school trying to graduate. lol
hugs

BellaRosa said...

WOOOHOOO!! Kim amor, I am sooo happy for you! I hope that everything for a chance to finally meet you soon :) Take care amor :) Besos, Rose

Elyse said...

hooray!

congratulations, kim! you are onto a new and exciting chapter! don't worry, everything will all fall into place.

hope you did something special to celebrate!

xo
elyse

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Me again. :) This was not a Dollar Tree, but similiar. Most things were a $1, but they had 3 or 4 isles of items more than a dollar. When what I could find out, it was not a chain store , but privately owned. Many were surprised when they closed as they always seemed to do a good business. Things change.
Enjoy your weekend.