Saturday, January 21, 2012
Not that any of these things are onerous in themselves, I adore my crew, love to socialise and even though I may complain endlessly about the full-on-ness of my job, I actually like it and as my dear sister Meghan reminded me, at least I am doing something of value and making a difference. Nevertheless it has been a fully hectic period and I fear that I have lost the ability to switch off and slow down.
In a moment of deep darkness, I thought "Wouldn't it be good to be able to see into the future?", you know, like reading the last few pages of a novel so you can find out what's going to happen. So I decided to approach this scientifically; yes, I consulted my horoscope!
So while other star signs contemplated a year full of romantic fulfillment, prosperity, good health and happiness, here is what I can look forward to:
Sorry, how can I work like a dog when I'm in FOETAL POSITION!???????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So far the horoscope is delivering on its "work like a dog" prediction. I expect similar action from the "reap the rewards" part, otherwise I will be asking for a refund on 2012!
It goes without saying then, that I have nothing beautiful to show, except for the two buddies at the top, taken on Christmas morning.
There should be an SSS post going up shortly, since we had our first Saturday meeting for the year yesterday. It was so inspiring to the girls, we had a lovely day, thanks Meghan, I don't know what I would do without you all.
So belated Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all. I have been sustained by your inspiration and beautiful works, I truly appreciate your talents and your willingness to share.
Not sure what my goals are for the year. A combination of new and old might be just the ticket.
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