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Oh my goodness, I turn my back for 5 minutes
and turn back to find that here we are again
with the Friday list of positives from my week.
They say that time goes faster as you get older
but this is just getting ridiculous.
Anyway, fasten your seat belts ladies and gentlemen,
here we go.....
This little girl has been an absolute pleasure this week
as she settles in to the Urbani household.
She's a different cat from last week -
she's eating (for England)
chatting (for England)
investigating the house
including the upstairs
(for En...... ok, you get the idea),
and is allowing herself to trust us and Rosie Mae.
She is fascinated by the plug hole in the shower :o)
Her coat is glossy and fluffy
and she loves loves loves her new
which we tuck into her lovely soft padded bed
(we got the heat pad from Omlet.co.uk, having already
bought one for our ageing bunny, Clifford).
I can't believe we have only had her with us for a week,
she is already such a huge part of our lives.
I have finally started on
with Tam from Willowing
(see button, top right).
I had to force myself to sit down and watch the videos
(2 videos, each an hour long)
and I've got started on drawing
'my inner goddess'.
No sniggering please!
I've been told to find my inner goddess
and pick out her (my) super powers.
I can't help but sing "Wonder Woman"
as I'm drawing.
Maybe she's my inner goddess.
What do you think?!
I returned to Zumba after the Christmas break.
I really couldn't put it off any longer.
Ugh, it was such hard work but also,
thankfully, lots of fun.
I still have Zumba legs from the
(I'm walking a little bit like John Wayne)
but I'm sure they'll stop aching soon.
I am really happy to have booked up tickets to
go with my friend Louise
to see the Lucian Freud exhibition
starting soon at the National Portrait Gallery.
|(Reflection - self portrait)|
We'll also go to the
Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2011
exhibition, which will just be ending.
|(Harriet and Gentleman Jack, 2010 by Jooney Woodward)|
(I am NOT HAPPY, however, that I managed to
miss the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition,
which is sold out for it's remaining few weeks,
that the new David Hockney exhibition
at the Royal Academy of Art
is also fully booked, pending possible
further releases of advance tickets).
I am also grateful that my nearest, dearest and I
are all well, fit and healthy.
I truly NEVER take that for granted.
I am looking forward to watching the
new Steven Spielberg film
tomorrow with DD Hope.
I KNOW I'm going to sob and snivel
throughout the whole film
but I've still got to go and see it.
I'm meeting my dear friend Louise tomorrow
morning for a coffee and a catch-up.
I love her unconventional view on life -
so refreshing (and usually nuts!).
I'll post this with Virginia
over at Celtic House
and then I must go and get started on my
Brazil postcard for Darcy's postcard challenge.