Mid-week reflections

Three things have been on my "me" (professional/private) agenda for a longish time now...and the longer they've stayed there the more "impossible" they seem to have become...

This (mid) week has been a turning point. A week of conquering... AH! 

1. Try colour (been thinking about this for at least (dare I say it?) 2 years! )DONE

2. Make  a healthy soup from top of the range veg (not a fanatical cook you understand but always thought it a great way to prepare for winter...!). DONE

3. Up-date and 2x check client database (critical before the Xmas mailings get going.) DONE

Result=

# 1 : looks quite OK!

#2 : Tastes great!

#3  is Bullet proof (i.e strong and healthy!)

Mini conquerings, on the scale of 1 to 10 I reckon a 3: but who knows the world is my oyster right?

The moral of this post keeps ringing loudly : what the heck have we actually got to loose: GO FOR IT!  

To all of you out there fearing the current climate. Cut it down to mini little things and grab the energy! The world is as much your oyster as it is mine. 

Tomorrow, I'll show you what's on the drawing board... 

Comments

Sylvia Jenstad said…
Had to stop... really cool... I also love Close to home... an amazing painting...very cool
Tania said…
Ah, I'm melting, melting :-) Seriously, I'm not a fan of colour myself and admittedly do not use it at all "creatively" (i.e. local colour only). But if those cherries are any indication, I think it looks good on you.
Thank you Sylvia and Tania for stoping by and saying hello.
A big warm welcome to Black on Grey on White:)
The Tile Lady said…
LOVE the cherries! You quite naturally moved from graphite to color, without a burble. And loved your thoughts on GOING FOR IT! Great post.

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