Escrow, Microsoft and #cbias OH MY!

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It’s been a busier week than usual. Which is saying something. Since I am the queen of not saying no (and not accepting as an answer from someone else too) it’s been a full week.

Monday I met with fellow Microsoft Windows Power Bloggers for a delightful breakfast lunch at Grace Kitchen at University Village. Yes, I mention breakfast because if offered breakfast choices, I will order one. So while everyone else was ordering soups, salads and sammies, I dined on this amazing french toast with berry compote.  Kristina, our witty and fun Microsoft representative was our hostess. We talked a lot about how we use technology to keep in touch, whether it’s Facebook, or Twitter or Skype. I still don’t do much video calling, but I think after this meeting, I may give it another go. I bet the kids would love it.

Wednesday night, my good friend Leanne AKA Rave and Review was gracious enough to invite me to a small gathering with JohnTed, and Matt from Collective Bias at Still Liquor on Capital Hill.  I’d been wanting to learn more about Collective Bias, a shopper marketing agency headquartered in Bentonville, AR, so I was happy to join her. I have a lot of bloggy friends that are involved with them. Hilarity ensued and it was a fun evening of drinks, Tapas, striped socks and a #LeanneSandwich.

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Sock Shenanigans

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We took the Shenanigans from Still Liquor to Terra Plata. Terra Plata has a new menu every day, so it keeps things fresh and interesting. Sadly, at 10pm at night, this means they are going to be out of a few things, like the Whole Fish. The Roasted Brussel Sprouts however, where OMG.

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Sadly, They were out of Whole Fish

And then, **gulp** Thursday my husband and I signed the documents to buy our first home. It’s a pretty overwhelming process because we’re actually in a pretty unique situation. We’re buying a home that’s under a guardianship. Basically that means that the courts have to approve the sale and THEN (this is the scary part) it get’s published and we can still be outbid!! EEEP! Luckily, it’s a pretty involved process so we’re hoping it won’t happen. If all goes well, I’ll be a home owner at the end of next week.

FRIDAY, I was officially accepted into the Social Fabric community and I’m pretty excited. From what I’ve seen so far, I know it’s a great fit for me both personally and professionally.

So it’s Saturday and the kids are napping. I should be packing but I’m playing on the Internetz instead. 🙂

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About Kerri Jablonski

Kerri Jablonski AKA The Maven lives in Seattle,WA with her 3 kids (2008, 2010, 2013), husband, cat and backyard chickens. Two of her children have special needs. Kerri enjoys cooking, travel, movies and spending time with her family.

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  1. Yeah on the home buying front! I will keep my fingers and toes crossed for you.

    I believe it will happen 🙂
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  2. I love ordering breakfast stuff at all times of day. And congratulations on the house! 🙂
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  3. courtney b says:

    Congrats! Buying a home can be fun and scary at the same time. Best of luck to you!

  4. I hope everything is working out with the home purchase!

  5. Congrats on the new home! Thanks for a great evening, I can’t believe this was a month ago. We’ll be back in Seattle soon and bringing some weather hopefully!

    Welcome to SF! Let us know what you think.

    jfla

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