In less than a fortnight I'll be able to post photos again here because my new internet is arriving!!!!!!!!! SO excited I can't even say. But until then, here's the next Monday blog post, picture less once again. (You'll have to rely on your imaginations for just a little bit longer.)
I'm sitting in the studio listening to the sprinkle of random raindrops on the tin above me and pre-preparing the Monday Blog Post; this week coming is promising to be a fair doozy for busy-ness and new experiences and active participation and so much more that I'm getting a run up for it.
It's a pretty full on time. . .
A little while ago the job I always hoped to get when it's owner retired came up vacant. So I went for it. At no point did I actually think I'd get it, but I went for it with all my guns blazing just the same. And I got the job. First day is tomorrow. (Hence the early blog post.)
Suddenly I find myself in the position of having 3 jobs. I'm a self-employed artist, I'm the gardener at the gorgeous Nukara Farm and as of tomorrow, I'm the gardener at the loveliest little school going.
At this point my brain is saying," Let's not get carried away with the awesomeness of it all - you still need to learn to live with it all!" And my other little voice is saying, "Busy People fit the most in."
One thing's for sure, like a car at a brick wall, I am heading smack bang into an adjustment period.
As for the weekly goal revue/report, well. This week . . .
The upshot is that goals are still being set, and still being achieved, so it seems to be working pretty well for me still.
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In the department of setting goals, a friend and I have decided to have a stall together at our local agricultural show in September. She's the very delicious mumma-extraordinaire behind Mumma O's Preserves. She's the queen of delicious-delights-for-the-soul-jams-and-preserves. It's the perfect accompaniment for my art merchandise and prints . . . and maybe even some originals.
OK. So Jam and Art is a bit of an odd couple. But the company'll be good.
Same time next week.
PS. Bought some incredible Animal Kin cards from over at The Fifth Element Life a little while ago, and they got here yesterday and I LOVE THEM!!! I'm not hugely into tarot/oracle/intention cards because to me so many of them feel like they've become so sanitised for the 21st century, with the truths behind each card twisted to be sterile and meet our superficial first world problems, rather than reflect our soul shadows and inner most shining lights. But these. These!!! They feel genuine, and natural and I am more than just a bit in love with them. . . . and the same handful of cards keep finding their way out of the deck to me, in particular the Willy Wagtail and the wee-piggy. They are just divine. It's card-deck love. :)