Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Moment of Truth

I was astounded at the personal emails I received as a result of yesterday's posting about my father. Thank you one and all -- for the comments, advice and sharing. I know the solutions intellectually, but don't seem to be able to put them into place.

So I move on:

Never underestimate the power of painting! This is a lush tropical scene with saturated colors. Big enough to work my whole arm in flurries of strokes representing palm fronds. It's fun!

My meeting for the Texas Clinic is tomorrow, and I have put together some handouts and a portfolio of very assorted images. These are all doctors, and will assuredly have their own ideas on what art to have in their offices. I haven't done a presentation in a very long time, so I am looking forward to it.

Don't have the trip to Denver scheduled yet, but am ready to go up there to do a photo shoot. If I wait too long it will all be snow-covered!

My recovered hard drive should be on it's way back to me. They were able to rescue all my data, and I'm glad. Although I did have a back up, it wasn't quite current enough. So when my drive arrives I will put my new storage device into the system and will be constantly backed up. That will be a relief to me. Also have a huge UPS (uninterruptible power supply) coming in a few days.

I started a new eating plan yesterday, with the intention of taking off the 15 pounds that have crept up on me since I haven't been vigilant about my thyroid medication. Today is Day Two, and I am feeling virtuous. Which is easy on the second day.

1 comment:

Deanna said...

Good luck with the eating plan. I've been doing Weight Watchers for about 6 weeks and have lost 9.5 pounds so far. Writing everything down seems to help a lot.