Monday, December 01, 2008

Project 365 ~ Week 48

Last Saturday I was at a surprise party celebrating my dad's 70th birthday. That picture on the wall behind my dad, who is cutting the cake, is also my dad!

On Sunday I headed out for a coffee meeting with my accountability group. It was so exciting to see how far each of us has come since we started to meet about a year and a half ago.

Monday I needed a bit of coccooning time. Jinx kept me company.

On Tuesday I subbed a Nia class. It was a lovely night. We focused on self-expression.

After class I got home just in time to meet with some of my coaching friends on the phone. My dear honey cooked me dinner so that I wouldn't miss a moment of the call.

Wednesday I actually had 2 coffee meetings. This one was out in the west end, exploring possibilities for some activities I can lead in a beautiful cultural community centre.

Thursday I launched The Next Chapter: 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women. There's room for you if you want to play.
Thursday night I went out for my yearly dinner with a dear friend of mine from university.

Lol, no, I wasn't taking this because of the wine! I woke up with a bad pain in my neck. It unfortunately thwarted my standing Friday plans with Shannon. I was out for the count and had to take some time for healing.

How was your week?

Project 365 is my attempt to capture a year in my life through a photograph a day. On Saturday's I'll post the week's pics. At the end of the year, I'll create a video of all these precious moments. Feel free to participate at any time. Yours can be Project 347 or Project 292. It's up to you.

3 comments:

Sacred Suzie said...

Oh thank you so much for including a picture of Dad at his party! I really wish I could have been a part of that, truly.

I love that neat picture of you going to Nia, I'm trying to figure it out. I don't know where you are! Neat reflection.

I'm glad you got some down time in there too Jamie. Aren't you lucky to have Jinx keep you company. :)

Tori said...

The next book sounds interesting! I don't know if I will be able to join in, but I will follow along. =)

Genie Sea said...

I love the picture of your dad, with his baby picture behind it. SO tender! Don't cats absolutely make you want to snuggle in bed and let the world go by? Stinky does that for me. Heh :)