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Friday, February 02, 2007



Diversity, multi-tasking, challenges. You take it all on but I'm sure you will come out shining at the end of the day my friend.

If it sometimes sounds overwhelming just bite off the piece you can cope with.. one day? one hour? just the minute right now? I know that you will succeed.


I so look forward to your sharing as much as you possibly can about the course work you are doing and what you are studying. It all sounds so fascinating and intellectually stimulating. Don't keep all the goodies to yourself, share them! Pretty please?! ;)
Luv ya,


Congratulations on taking this step. The course sounds fascinating--and challenging. Please keep us posted, if time permits, on the details.


Good luck with your studies, Roz. It is a good thing to immerse yourself in your interests and study is so rewarding. (I almost wrote "bury" instead of immerse but that was altogether too punny)

How do you find the time to fit so much in to your life?


oops... should have said, that was me, Beth (with my new Typekey account)

Fran aka Redondowriter

You go, girl. I'm sorry to hear about your MIL; life sure has a way of bringing us up short even when things are going along nicely. I have a really good feeling about your Master's program. Love that photo; it's those kinds of dramatic/mystical things in Catholic churchs that I love so much.


Congratulations on embarking on a new adventure Roz..!
I'm sorry to hear about your MIL. We are about to move my father from the retirement home to a nursing home, so I appreciate what you have been going through.
The next 3 years will fly past...and 'field' trips to Italy will sure help..!


Congratulations Roz on the new studies. It sounds very interesting.

So sorry to hear about your MIL. I know that is very hard for everyone involved.


Lovely pics Roz. YEs lots goign on with you. I have a phrase I use when I feel pressured, "One day at a time, one mile at a time, and always with guidance from God"/Godde/Universe..(whatever you may hold as a higher power that keeps it all together). I know you will do well with your studies. Sorry about your MIL and its never easy when this time comes to ones life, nor to those who have to make these decisions for them. Bless you real good :-)

Kim (via Pearl)

Good luck with your graduate program. I think it sounds fascinating and it sounds as if you do important work. Long ago I had to see a berevement counselor and she was such a blessing to me.

I can resonate with your recent problem -- I just spent Tuesday helping my 72 year old mother in law try to get her 92 year old mother into a care home. Apparently, her mother has not deteriorated enough to be but in care (yet that's where she really needs to be.) We managed to secure more outside help for Nan... which will be helpful.

Do you know of that quote by St Francis of Assisi -- it goes something like,

"Blessings on thee sister death whom no one living can escape."

I love that quote and it comforts me.

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