Moving on .

I've been blogging for a few years now. Sometimes sporadically sometimes daily, but almost regularly. I have finally separated from XSU and starting to live a new life on my own. The original blog helped me get through the painful process of the end of the marriage, along with some bumpy roads dealing with a critically ill child in the midst of the end of marriage mess. Now this blog will see me through the new paths and adventures that life has to offer. Restructuring my life. My way. My experiences, ventings, musings on that whole big and not so big deal.

November 05, 2009

13 on Thursday.

13 things I am working on 
or doing in the next month or so.
1. Meeting with the President of the Gymnastics Club to get her organized for the Annual General Meeting.  How to run a meeting according to rules of order.  She needs coaching.  That' s me.  Coffee and banana bread 

2. Finance Committee meeting for the professional association. All day affair next Saturday.  
3. Scrap booking open house - so much new product - so little time to get the scrapbooks done. Renos nearly over, house nearly in shape - the tools are coming out. 
4,5, 6, 7, 8.   yeah - I'm cheating.   Five classes - orientation sessions for new part time instructors at the college where I will be teaching a course during the winter and spring term. 
9. ummm design the course I will be teaching in the Winter and spring.   Draft curriculum to department head by 25th November. 
10. Finish the damn church directory project.  Damn and church usually don't go together.   I couldn't get a volunteer to help me finish it. sigh... it went to the back burner during end of marriage beginning of renos period.  
11. The big Danish Bazaar in a few weeks.  LOVE the Danish food.  I will be stocking up on real Danish pastry for the freezer. 
12. Perogy making Saturday.  Nephew has asked for a care package to be mailed.  That should prove interesting.   
13.  TRANSIBERIAN ORCHESTRA!!! Next Wednesday evening.  So looking forward to that.  A little early for the Christmas music, but perhaps it will inspire me.


Anonymous said...

Wow! Busy busy. Sometimes busy is good. Sometimes you just need to take a break.

Danish food. Yummy. There is a cute little Danish community up the coast about an hour from where the kids went to college. I always enjoyed a visit there. Æbleskiver - mmmm. Frikadeller - mmmm. Danish cheeses and pastries. Dang. {Rudy honey, we need a trip up to Solvang some day}

I am jealous about the Transiberian Orchestra. I love them! They may inspire you. They may not. Just make sure to allow yourself to feel what you feel.

Happy Thursday!
love and hugs,
~ b

MarieA said...

hey save that trip to the Danish community for when I turn up.. Frikadeller for sure... I'll have to take pictures at the bazaar.
I seem to have this thing for the Nordic countries... too bad their men are soo blond mostly - but not always. I am not a fan of blond men.

Anonymous said...

MarieA said...
"I am not a fan of blond men."

But you do seem to have an attraction for a blondie woman. tee hee!

love and hugs,
~ blondie

Rudy said...

But you do seem to have an attraction for a blondie woman. tee hee!

so do I (one in particular that is) ;-)

I, too, am jealous about TSO. my brother has been a couple of times and thoroughly loved it each time.