No, not a post about my gorgeous, wonderful and genius nephew Finn... he is, after all, only 5 weeks and 3 days old. Walking at this stage of the game would be utterly miraculous - and probably a little scary for his parents!
This is a post to let you know that I am now making progress in baby steps toward my move. Today I booked the movers (and I HIGHLY recommend that, if you are located in the Comox Valley, you give Courtenay Transfer (they do not have their own web page but ARE in the yellow pages) a call for your next move. The estimate was thorough and professional, and I was left with a feeling of trust and confidence.
AND their quote (which is a firm rate) came in over $300.00 LESS than the other guys!!
Terri Perrin (from Fine Art of Feng Shui) was also over today to have a preliminary visit surrounding her review of my new place and her new process. She received permission to include my house in her training course as a case study, and I am very much looking forward to being able to share my thoughts about her new process with you.
The rest of my day was spent in study. Some on-line work and a practice test (once again showing that I have a LOT of work to do on this course between now and Tuesday night) followed by making up flash cards for the stuff I REALLY need to cram into my head. Dinner (and yes, a cider tonight) and now am planning to finish my day off with flash cards in the bath tub followed by bed and sleep...
My night life is so exciting!!
Tomorrow promises to be action packed and, hopefully, filled with more of the cramming of stuff into my noodle for this upcoming exam. I'm probably going to have to be a little scarce until the exam is done, but when I was out for my bike ride in the early morning hours this morning, I was shat upon by another owl (??!!!) and so considering the sheer great luck and happenings the first owl-crapping brought me, this one promises great good stuff too!
With love across the waters,