Friday, October 29, 2010

{This Moment}

{This Moment}

A Friday ritual inspired by Amanda Soule & many others.
Please feel free to share a link to your own moment in the comments.

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So, this little ritual is meant to be "silent," letting the image speak for itself, but since I haven't posted all week, I thought I'd do a quick update.

I spent part of last weekend in Albany celebrating my best friend's birthday. Shelby's a wonderful person with a genuinely good heart, and we don't get to see each other enough, so it was great to celebrate with her, and especially to chat with her for about an hour before I left on Saturday morning. She seems to really be moving forward with her life, and I couldn't be happier for her. I also saw some of her friends from up there, all of whom I'm quite fond, and Rachel, who is studying psychology up there for a super-fancy hibachi at Koto (experience the magic), which was wonderful.

Saturday was mostly playing catch-up (articles, poems, applications), and then a late evening with some of Roger's friends from college at the brewery and Cece's house. Yes, I fell asleep. At someone else's house. After brunch on Sunday, we celebrated another birthday, my mother's, with some really delicious Italian food at Little Sorrento, and the Great Jack O' Lantern Blaze, which was such a lot of fun. Finally, a harvest event!

The week was hectic, of course, but also nice and filled with plans. Keeping on keeping on.

8 comments:

  1. These pumpkins look awesome. I always wanted to get better in carving pumpkins. Must put it on my "to do" list. Nice photo.
    My moment from the time my niece was only 2. She celebrated her 11th birthday this week.
    http://www.livingamused.com/2010/10/29/this-moment-my-moment-of-the-week-10-29-10/

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  2. Beautiful! I think it would even make Martha a bit envious... that's quite some pumpkin carving.

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  3. This photo is beautiful and intriguing.

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  4. What a great photo - I just carved my first ever pumpkin - very basic, but I am quite pleased with it! Come by for a look at today's post at my place if you get a mo :-) xxx

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  5. This photo is beautiful and intriguing.

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  6. Beautiful! I think it would even make Martha a bit envious... that's quite some pumpkin carving.

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