Mr. Al and I are over in Spokane for my niece’s wedding. We had a great time. Weddings are such happy occasions. And this one reminds me that my brother is a loving and conscientious father who knows his children well, rather than the silly goofball who, when we talk, always manages to have me in stitches. Both my brothers are here ( and their families.) It’s been lovely. Our lives are so busy and diverse, we rarely have the opportunity to connect.
After breakfasting and one last connection, we all disperse and go on with our various lives…until the next wedding.
I leave you now with a picture of my final painting for the certification program. Like all the paintings using this mindfulness-painting technique of Intentional Creativity, I unpeeled another layer of the onion called me.
This week begins the final push to meet the certification deadlines. Both Mr. Al’s and my computers are giving up their ghosts. Mr. Al has no monitor. And I am out of hard drive space. I’ve been taking files off it and storing them on any flash drive and external hard drive that I can. Makes me nervous, though. Applications seem to shut down at the most inopportune moments as I scramble to compile my documentation.
Shopping for new Macs is on the things-to-do list, for sure.
Have a great week, peeps!