Friday, February 6, 2009

Living in Crazyville

This week I have been living in Crazyville! I have packed and labeled all childhood mementos, high school photographs, and wedding gifts. Piles of donations have been shipped off to my favorite charities. I directed the movers like an air traffic-controller on a snow day. Did I mention that it was a high of 19 on moving day? And the movers had both of the front doors wide open!!!

Then, in the midst of it all, I attended a Continuing Legal Education six-hour course on Corporate Governance of Non-Profits. It was so fascinating! Although, I was a bit out of my league as the other attenders were in-house counsel for nationally known tire companies, hospitals, and record companies. Do you need to know about joint ventures of non-profits and for-profits? Or about applying Sarbanes-Oxley to the non-profit sector? Or about how to file a 990? Then ask me. I'm ready. Bring. It. On. 

Plus ..........

The British Consulate is hanging on to my visa/passport. Lovely eh? No leaving the country till the passport with newly issued visa is returned. So ....... I wish I was returning to my husband and home. But alas -- the British Consulate and I are not getting along well. Thus, I'm trapped living in Crazyville. 


t marie said...

This isn't going to sound quite right but here goes...

If you are stuck living in Crazyville it's good to know you have great company in your family.

Ashli said...

That's right Tauna!

Too bad they're leaving the Nash though ....... I'm going to miss them!

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