Saturday, July 01, 2006

Taking a Moment to Catch Up


It's been a crazy week on the downside. I've been given notice I have to move the end of this month, finding housing in New York is hard enough without my nonexistent budget.
On the plus side, I saw a black bear this week in the yard will visiting friends and that night. About one o'clock, I got to see a flying squirrel was absolutely adorable with the biggest eyes( yes,good things can happen when you have insomnia).
Last night, I went to Peter's workshop it was the perfect thing for a stressful week a completely beautiful experience. I am looking forward to the next one on July 21th Friday at 7:00 pm at A.R.E.
A friend of mine sent me an email with this link, its worth a visit. http://blueballfixed.ytmnd.com/

5 comments:

pepektheassassin said...

Wow! That blueball thing is mind blowing. You could waste a whole day following blueballs! Glad to see you back, but sorry that your life seems to be a little like this. Hope things calm down soon, and turn out for the better. Get some sleep!!!

kerrdelune said...

Moving is a chore and an ordeal and finding one''s new place is an arduous undertaking - I wish you happiness and success in this endeavour. The rose is splendiferous! Who is she?

vicci said...

the bluball site is something else...I can't look at it for very long! Sorry you have to move...but try to stay positive...it will all work out! A flying squirrel! Cool...I saw a tiny baby squirrel the other day...and I mean tiny...never saw one that tiny before!

harmonyinline said...

Thank you for your good wishes.I don't know anything about the rose she grows on a little patch of ground in front of some appartments as i passed I was enchanted by its beauty and grabed my cammra out of my purse.

I am glad you enjoyed the blueball

I've never seen a baby squirrel what a treat!!!

Pam in Tucson said...

I love the Blue Balls! What fun! I'm sorry you have to move - I wish you the very best in finding the perfect place quickly and with no hassle. I remember flying squirrels when we lived in CT - loved watching them.