Saturday, April 17, 2010
What a great workshop last night. I started out the evening cautiously and skeptical (not a bad way to go into things) and ended up going Wow! It was a very small group only 8 of us, so I think that might have made the difference in how much and what type of experiences we all had. I did not book a one on one session with Chris, as he was completely booked up for one on one's. I would seriously consider booking should he come back again. I have just as many questions now as I did going in, but they are all new questions! lol.
I'm one of those people that hates leaving loose ends, I to have everything figured out! Makes for a very interesting life. lol
Got home last evening around 11:30 pm to a phone message from a cousin that I haven't spoken to (other than email) for far too many years. We will get to see her on our brief holiday...yay!
This morning started bright and early, load of laundry on the go, been out the door to take Garry to pick up his car, now catching up here and I'll be heading out the door again in a few minutes to pick up Kaeli. We are heading into the city to the Farmer's Market. Then to the furniture store, as Kaeli wants to check out a new sofa, then more Girl time shopping! Not sure if Shy is coming or not, the morning might be starting to early for her. Love spending time with family.
Garry is going to putter around the house and do some chores he says.
I came home yesterday to a very lovely and clean house. Garry had a day off work yesterday and vaccumed all levels of the house, dusted, and cleaned out my fridge for me and cleaned the kitchen. Think I'll keep that man! What a wonderful treat to come home to.
My husband, who on his day off, does things to make my life more wonderful.
Shopping with Kaeli (and possibly Shy)
A great and interesting workshop last night.
Learning that by stepping outside my comfort zone, is actually a very freeing experience.
Hearing Christine's voice for the first time in over 40 years.
A beautiful sunny day.
Have a wonderful day, let your inner child out to play and just have fun in life.