Thursday, September 20, 2007

Update


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It's been a while. The Houlilife has been taxing in 2007 and the last few weeks have followed course. I'm a tad exhausted from it all, but it's been a fine bit of adventure that's brought on my tired.
I'll start at the end...which should happen around October 12. That's when I'm going to Atlanta where I've been hired to go and be a part of the work exchange program at The Echo Project. I am so excited. I don't know what I'll do in the 15 hours I've contracted to them. Could be picking up trash and that'll be just fine. I'm longing for some time doing a repetitive task that's coupled with quality people watching. Fly on the wall kind of stuff with bursts of meditation thrown in.
I'm meeting Becky there and we're going to have ourselves a break from our usual lives. When I'm not working we're gonna Rock! and relax.
Hap & I went on a whirlwind trip to Minneapolis for The Henderson/Rackiewicz Wedding. We got in the car with Otto & Christin around 6 a.m. on Friday. We got back to our driveway at 1 a.m. Monday morning. In the hours between, we traveled several hundred miles, celebrated with friends and spent some quality time with the Helmuths.
I spent last weekend with the Belly Dancers. T had a workshop weekend at MECCA and I set up shop there. On Saturday Night I went to The Blue Moon and helped backstage with The Indigo show. My cousin, Fridey got to help out Little Miss Tammy Smith with her M.C. gig. Lucky girl.
Hap is in Louisville this week. Tomorrow is his birthday and the boyz & I are going to drive up and spend the evening with him. Tonight we went shopping for birthday bounty. Murphy has discovered the wonders of Sqecial Media.
I'm obsessed with Twitter, HugNation and MySpace.
I'm tired, but Life is grand and full with love, adventure and new dimensions to explore. When I need a pick me up...I just go online and find a video of Grandpa Caleb.

3 comments:

robiewankenobie said...

good gravy, woman, how hip are you? lessie...during that same time period...i've played at woodland park, folded laundry, and made some fancy-schmancy coffee drinks. yeah, just doesn't compare.

Lori-Lyn said...

I'm so thrilled for you that you're going to be doing your thing at the echo project. I hope it turns out to be a fabulous adventure for you.

Tiffanie said...

wow! i didn't even know you had a blog!!! now i do!
i loved that little film about Grandpa Caleb. that about made me cry. what a cool grandpa.