Sorry for my sudden absence. I did not plan on going MIA, trust me. But I managed to do something to my back at the first of last week that, though not bad enough for a doctor, restricted just how long I could sit up in front of a computer. I wasn’t even able to do much writing on my novels. I spent much of last week resting my back before I had pet jobs this week that I would need to be in full health for. Plus, I am far too young for these kinds of back problems and wanted to prevent it from becoming worse. Then, it was Mother’s Day this last weekend so I spent the weekend with my Mom and never got this week’s writing done. You will receive it this week, I promise, as well as the bit of baking I managed last week after my back felt better. I’m also doing something different with my art that I will share with you.
But this post is about my pet-sitting business, Paula’s Pet Paradise. I know I’ve talked about it a lot but now it’ll all make sense. You’ll notice a new link up at the top of the page on the right of the Imaginative HandiCrafts. I have added a page to PEP for Paula’s Pet Paradise. It has pictures of some of my clients, my rates, and a full explanation as to what my company is and what I do. Please check it out!
P.S. For those of you subscribed that received two emails about this post: Sorry about that. For whatever reason, the first post kept linking to my new PPP page instead of this post.)
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