Service Book of Days 5/10/10

v Outside my window… (weather, what do you hear, what do you see?) bright sunshine but it was deceptively so as the temperature was in the low 50s

v my thoughts… fine tuning my exercise program.

v Today’s Quote: There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm.

Willa CatherThe Song of the Lark, 1915
US novelist (1873 – 1947)

v i am thankful for…warm blankets.  With this crazy weather I had to put my blankets back on my bed.

v From my service training…(any skills, training etc; notes you want to share this week)  nothing new this week.

v From the kitchen…(menu for the week, what are you cooking?)  Nothing new this week.

v i am wearing… grey pants and maroon blouse.

v i am creating…(crafts, sewing etc;)  nothing new  at the moment.

v my adventures this week…(where are you going this week?)  No adventures.

v Becoming well read…(What are you reading this week?)  I am listening to the second part of the podcast Master recommended.

v i manifest and co-create…(what are your hopes, dreams, and prayers this week)  Life to the full.

v Today’s Melody…(what music are you listening to? even if it’s just the sound of a bird…) Forever, For Always, For Love by Luther Vandross

v One of my favorite things…is to have a decadent pastry and not feel guilty about it J

v further plans for this week…Nothing this week.   Keeping it close to home.

v Still….life(share a picture you’ve taken OR a picture you found online that speaks to you)  Photo used with permission from:

Want to start something different.  Here are the directions:

Once a week on Monday you will respond to the above prompts.. more is better. Post your response on your blog or website.

Mention the blog (service savoir faire) and offer a link back to the main page of the blog. This way others can participate in the project as well!

So now that you know how, please feel free to join me. 🙂

Published by esclave

submissive to Master Void

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