Thursday, January 22, 2009

Thursday In The Office



This is the view from my office window. Taken just minutes ago! How about that sunshine? What a change from this photo I took yesterday morning:


I have spring fever! The blue sky, bright sun, and the water dripping off of the trees and roofs from melted snow, not to mention, the sight of mud and brown grass, makes me have a lot of hope for the end of winter some day soon! We can be optimistic, right? We can have a lot warmer temperatures by the end of February? Right? Sure we can!

I do not have anything meaty to talk about today. No new soap. I decided to install the accounting program on the newest computer, thinking it would be a breeze. Nope, it needs an upgrade before I can begin. So, I am sitting here at 1:30 as the upgrade installs. Babysitting technology. Blah (as I stick out my tongue)!

What this will mean, though, is better customer receipts and quicker running programs. As I told my husband last week, "It will be done right!" Yes, ma'am!

Annie's Goat Hill (AGH) will begin sending out an e-mail based newsletter in February. If you are interested, the subscription sign up box is located on the bottom of the AGH site index page. The news page also includes some outlined information regarding the newsletter. And, I am offering a one-time discounted coupon for signing up!

I am going to update the testimonials page this week. If you have any comments to add, please send me an email (anniesgoathill@localnet.com), or post a comment here. Very much appreciated!

I hope everyone is having a gorgeous day like this one in SW Ohio! Take Care!

6 comments:

Joanna said...

I signed up, thanks.

Amy said...

It is gorgeous here too Mary, I'm loving every minute of it and tomorrow will be about the same too but Saturday it will back to the cold though! I'm on my way to go sign up.

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

Thank you!!!

Alix said...

Reporting from The Deep South:

I took Augie out first thing this morning and he wouldn't go in the grass because it was covered in frost. His outside water dish was even frozen solid.

Florida, gotta love it.

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

Did Augie have his quilted coat on?

I have a brother-in-law in FL. Cracks me up when he complains about the cold.

But, truly, we all think it should be 70 degrees down there, and it isn't!

Alix said...

Miami is pretty mild most of the time, but considering it's 90 miles from Cuba, that makes sense. Most people don't realize Florida gets cold, especially North Florida where I am. It doesn't get cold and stay cold, but January and February can be dreary uncomfortable months. And the hot summer months can make you want to peel your skin off. But I love it here. Wouldn't rather be anywhere else. Except a goat farm. In Ohio. In the middle of winter.