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28th September 2007

Yay it’s Friday!

It’s 12.12pm and I’m still sitting at my computer in my dressing gown pretty normal for me. I woke up and wasn't feeling very well so I went back to bed and turned the TV on and got to watch a lovely movie about a princess it made me cry.

I have been designing a new business card for Carolyn as she has an exhibition coming up in a few weeks. Carolyn has been creating some wonderful work and I would love to buy a special piece of art I saw yesterday. I will let you know more details about the show when I recieve them. I would love to pop a photo of one of the dresses but I don’t think she wants anyone to see them before the show opens.

I was up to 9pm working on the Wanganui Art Society website last night uploading photos of the exhibition they are having at the community art centre. It’s a nice exhibition and hopefully next year they will host it in the Sarjeant Gallery instead of the Community Art Centre. If you are in Wanganui pop down to the art centre and check out the exhibition it’s on till the 7th of October 2007 or you can visit their website: http://www.wanganuiartsociety.co.nz/

I spend the afternoon yesterday sending out tickets to my friends and people in Auckland that I thought would like to come to Breakthrough to Success event in April 2008 which I will be attending. I have been given a massive pile last night so if you are reading this and would like a ticket let me know. I have about 30 to give away they are worth $895 each. I wrote about it in my blog yesterday and have more information here if you need it.

My message for the day was: You need not wait until a crisis or some other dilemma has hit before asking for help. In fact, it is a good idea to work with us in any trying situation before it gets to the boiling point.

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