So Supershuttle is picking me up in, um, 4 and a half hours. Ack. That's 5:00am, if you haven't checked the time of this post. I just got home from work. And I am not packed yet. Actually, packing won't take long, but I don't know if I should even try to go to sleep. Frankly, I'm so damn tired right now that I'm afraid I won't wake up. I can't believe how stressed I am about this. I need this vacation really badly! I'm looking forward to leaving my job behind for a bit so I can do some thinking about what needs to happen in my life.
Not much knitting in the past week. I didn't finish Honeymoon in time for my trip, but it will be super-quick to finish up when I get home. I intend to do a whole lot of organizing after my vacation so hopefully I'll figure out some projects to do out of the stash that is currently eating my hall closet.
OK, people. I'll be back in a week. Everyone have fun knitting while I'm gone - I'm looking forward to reading what everyone's been up to! I hope to have many pretty pictures to show you next time I write.
later on Sunday morning:
My phone rings at 3:00 am just as I've laid down for an hour of sleep. It's Supershuttle informing me that they can't take me to the airport this morning as there are no drivers in my area. I booked this two weeks ago, I have the confirmation in my hand, and the charge has already gone through on my Amex! Tough, I am told. Apparently their online booking is useless as I am told that they like their customers to call to confirm booking, not that I can find anywhere on the website where this is stated. They claim that there is nothing they can do and that they will refund my Amex (damn right they will.) Avoid this company, people. This is not how you run a business.
So I guess I will get on the subway to the AirTrain which is probably what I should have done in the first place. Crap. Not how a vacation should start.
Wish me luck!