Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Eyes on the Prize



I'm not working today and tomorrow, so conceivably I could use the time to launch myself into a dramatic frenzy before Thursday, my final day at Healing Arts. But .. I'm thinking maybe I'll skip the drama, just go see my clients, clean up and get out. Why not?

The prize at the end of Thursday is dinner with blog kin Letty of Lettuce Eating. She's visiting from London.

The Voice in the Shower this morning told me this:

Your last day at Healing Arts? Reya, it's just another day of work. Get. Over. It.

We'll see.

9 comments:

dennis said...

Dennis says it will be fine! Dennis would ask for a super massage on his last day though, and a fish.

IntangibleArts said...

A good "dramatic frenzy" might yield some odd photography, mild headaches, unexplained bruises, and in some special cases, stories from the neighbors involving strobe-lights, chessboards on the roof, and baffled policemen... what?

Reya Mellicker said...

How did you know about the strobe lights??

Steve said...

Besides, you don't want to saturate your two days off with drama about your last day, right?

Keep breathing, Reya. :)

Reya Mellicker said...

Thanks Steve. I am breathing. Got the keys to the new space today - so I'm not hanging in air without a net anymore.

Ahhh!!

deborah said...

feet on the ground
long slow breaths
seamless circles from one to the
next
a slow sliding dance out one door into another

gentle
graceful
with all the love and
calm energy I can send your way

Love you so much
and congratulations
photographer and healer
extraordinaire Reya

mouse (aka kimy) said...

yes it is just another day....but what a wonderful prize at the end of thursday!!

I look forward to seeing you on saturday.

deep hugs!!

spring is such a wonderful time for new beginnings!

d. chedwick said...

Whenever you feel 'sketchy' just think of the big blogger party you're having in a few days!

Reya Mellicker said...

Thanks Kim and oh yeah Ched, I am very excited to gather with my kin. Wish you were going to be there, so much!