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One More Day Till I Turn 33

I'm excited! Being a lover of numbers turning 33 is going to be fantastic! I loved turning 30 and I feel that 33 is going to be an even better year!

Mum took me shopping yesterday for my pressy and we bought 2 fish along with all the rest of the stuff I needed.

I haven't name my fish yet as I'm going to get people who come up for the open studios to suggest names for them. I just checked on them and they are happy as swimming around their new world.
I picked a black fish with a beautiful flowing tail and googly eyes, he is my favourite, and a big strong motley looking one. I have already spent lots of time watching them and am so happy to have finally got them! I felt like a kid, all excited, cause I had to wait a few days before Mum was free to go shopping. Rat my cat has seen them but didn't seem very interested as she just sat on the step and watched them with me, so lets hope she doesn't try and get in there with them.

On Wednesday I went to the opening of the Open Studios and I was so impressed with all the artists that turned up! It was so nice to see everyone there networking. I snapped this photo of Rere, the event coordinator. It wasn't the best photo I have ever taken but I love the pose she did for me!

I have donated this painting called First Day @ School, to the St Mary's Parish for their development black tie fundraiser.

If you are interesting in bidding on this painting the auction is at Element Cafe on the 2nd of May 2008. If you require any further information call Sarah on 348 5578.

Yesterday Shaughan bought the card for my computer I needed so I downloaded my movies onto my computer and he even put in another 80G hard drive in there. I'm so happy as my computer has been running so slow and it was nearly full. I'm sure it wasn't all the photos I have in it hahahahaha. He is a good boy!

I got all my catalogues printed thanks to the help of Stefano. Plus I got to go into the UCOL library which was so nice and new. I pulled out a book called The Power of Your Other Hand - a course in channeling the inner wisdom of the right brain by Lucia Capacchione. The minute I started ready it I knew I had to spend some time with this book as I have been suffering from a sore right hand, from being on my computer too much.
It would be good to get my left hand working again! My Auntie told me a few years ago that I was born left handed but my father wouldn't let me use it so it's time to get it cranked again!

Vanessa hasn't had her baby yet she is trying to have it tomorrow so he shares the same birthday with me. I think he is going to be called Johnny?

My message for the day was: Your unquestionable power rests upon your decisions, your intention, and your commitment.

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