I have to admit, I was a bit nervous about posting my “Life is like a bowl of bananas” entry last week. I mean, relating life to mashed bananas could go really far south really fast. Trust me, I don’t need any (or should I say ‘any more’) speculation of my sanity being tossed around.
I was humbled by your comments about my analogy. This one really touched me — Kristin over at BonBon Rose Girls said, “I stopped dreaming big a few years back. It’s time to start again!!” Girl, get your dream on again!! I got a kick out of Kerry’s comment…apparently, I exhaust her. I understand. I exhaust myself sometimes, but I just can’t help it.
I’ve been meaning to update with the progress on the ‘project’…somehow life gets in the way of blogging. I know, rude.
THURSDAY: I had a productive conference call with Mr. Pres and VP. (Side note: I’m very thankful for a cooperative child who allows me the ability to work from home on these calls, but I must remember that a silent two year old can also be a sign of mischief. Let’s just say, her ‘quietness’ resulted in a run to Ulta to restock my mineral makeup.)
Mr. Pres and VP shared a vision they had for the ‘project’ which takes it from big to ginormously huge. It’s very exciting and if everything pans out, it will be extremely empowering for many. Man, I wish I could share more. Darn confidentiality agreements.
We’re in the design process. Have I mentioned that I’m charge of all the creative design concepts? We’re waiting on the first ‘run’ to be completed for review. There’s something about seeing your creative efforts in the flesh. There are times I still feel like this is a dream and that my peaceful slumber will be rudely awoken by a radio alarm clock full of static. Maybe seeing it will be believing for me.
Starting to look into PR for national media as well….and thinking that if this does take off, I’ll most definitely need to whiten my teeth.
FRIDAY: Amazing photo shoot with the magnanimously talented photographer, Jessie Baldwin of Speckled Bird Art. The photos will help to transform this blog as well as use for the ‘project’…I’m very thankful for her amazing attention to detail and the ability to retouch. heh heh Oh and by the way, she witnessed how easy it is for me to walk into tree branches…and that’s all I’m saying about that.
This blog will be undergoing a makeover and possibly a new domain name. I’ll keep you informed.
photo by mikekorn
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