Thank you, VikLit, for the idea to Celebrate the Small Things. It's been a good discipline. Having said that, I probably won't be able to post anything next Friday, but I shall still be celebrating.
I've had a sneaky day off today (the joys of self-employment) and been to Melton Mowbray. Yes, I know! I met my friend Jeanette, whom I studied with when we did our yoga teaching diploma. She can charging across the market square with her arms outstretched and greeting me with a massive hug. Wonderful!
Also on the yoga front, the chocolate santas and coins were well received by my students. I tiptoed round to deliver them while they were lying in the dark doing their relaxation.
I have the star letter in the current issue of Grow Your Own magazine. I've written a snippet about beating gardener's backache.
Not a bad week!
It's a perfect time of year for meeting up with old friends, isn't it. I've been doing a bit of that myself - having made an early resolution to put more effort into maintaining long established but long distance friendships. In fact I've just written a long email to one of my friends from school who I haven't seen for over thirty five years!ReplyDelete
Wendy, good luck with that fine resolution. It's frightening how the months speed past. I have written and received several cards containing the words 'Let's definitely meet up this year.'Delete
What a lovely boss to give you a day off!ReplyDelete
She can be a bit of a slave-driver, but I sense a definite air of winding down.Delete
Have a great Christmas! :)ReplyDelete
You, too, Laura. :)Delete
Fun with friends is always worth time off. Chocolate? I want to take your class. Have a Merry Christmas and keep celebrating.ReplyDelete
Enjoy and relax.:) Happy Christmas Julia and best of luck for 2014. XReplyDelete
Congrats on star letter and on having a day off with a friend. I hope your Christmas season was a good one and thank you for celebrating with me this year. Here's to 2014.ReplyDelete