Rip off the mask, tear down the walls. Show the world your beautiful self!

This is another one of those nights when I dutifully sit down at the computer with little to say, so you may actually get that short post tonight.

Had a lovely time at a fundraiser tonight.  Spaghetti dinner, country music, a little dancing and even some cowboy poetry.  I’d have stayed longer but the kids were tired, and Heather drove, but it’s just as well since I have to be up early to take furballs to the vet tomorrow, and my old girl, Patches, is likely to be a challenge to get into the crate!  But I came home, got the crates out, refilled the cat food bin and made Dylan happy by giving him a full feeder.  You’d think, to listen to him, that his food bowl is empty most of the time! 

I did, at one point, find myself getting a little crabby, but imagined throwing a handful of heart shaped confetti at Heather and the moment passed.  She didn’t even realize she’d been confetti’d. 

Had a much busier than expected day working from home.  As usual, when I’m trying to finish a project, the sky has to fall!  But, also as usual, we managed to get everything dealt with and the project completed, even if I did work straight through from about 7:30 until 5:30 without a break.  I get to spend the beginning of next week reading and critiquing the finished product.  The fun never stops!

OK, I’m beginning to bore myself so unless a brainstorm occurs in the next 30 seconds, I’m going to have to cut this short or risk being used as target practice for rotten vegetables. 

Looking up at my bookshelf, my eye stops at one of my Laws of Attraction books, The Astonishing Power of Emotions and I realize that I never really got more than a couple of chapters into it, so, instead of sitting here trying to come up with something clever and witty, I’m going to end with my gratitudes and go read for awhile.

1. I am grateful to be able to help my community.
2. I am grateful for laughter and sharing.
3. I am grateful for being more organized.
4. I am grateful that I was able to complete my project.
5. I am grateful for an evening out which still left time to catch up on some reading.

Love and light.


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