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Welcome March 2008

I have just taken this photo of the beautiful sunrise we just had here in beautiful Wanganui.

The colours are just amazing and it made the house a warm colour. What a way to start March!

I have just had a pretty amazing week!

I could tell you but I will wait to see if some of these things come to fruition.

Just about everything that happened this week were starting of great things to come. Lets just say there could be lots of change in the air for us!

I have had great dreams of travel and freedom this week.

My message for the day is: Forgive yourself Darling Child of God, for your harsh judgments of your reality!

I watched this wonderful DVD last week made by a talented man that I meet last week. It was great and with it being only 1 of 3 copies out there I felt were privileged. I pray that good things will come his way! It was a documentary in NZ and he captured moments of musicians and artists being natural and saying how they feel about issues. These issues were from what art is to death. Pretty wicked stuff!

I have had a week of people giving me thanks and appreciation of the things that I do for them. It's been really nice. I'm just me and do what feels right in my heart. I have never been one to think that money is the main focus in life so I do things just for the love of it and I think people really like it for a change. We got a pretty cool proposition because Shaughan fixed someones computer for free. It could help us out for the next 6 months so we are stoked!

I have nearly finished my catalogue for the Open Studios and hope to have it on my website this week. I'm so excited! The house is looking really good too! I haven't finished painting the bathroom yet for my private collection but I have a month so plenty of time. I normally have one day to hang the exhibition for the event so it has been nice to have a few months, it's going to rock! I have the coffee bus coming to park outside my house so people can bring up a coffee and take their time. I heard that today I was going to get my pile of brochures then I can start sending them out to all the people who want to come. Rere is doing a great job and everything has come together nicely! It totally is going to be the best one yet! She deserves a medal!

I set my computer up this week so I could record music and had a few sessions with Maka it was loads of fun! I just need to get the right cord for the mixer and we will be away laughing. I have been helping Maka over the past year and this week she brought in some music see had recorded for her last month but we couldn't do anything with it so I thought bugger it I have the programmes on my computer lets just do it ourselves. I have always wanted to make this space into a recording and music venue so it's nice that we are doing some now!

I still want to make my own music and even opened the programme last week but I still haven't had the right head space. It was magic doing it when I lived at the beach so hopefully we will live by the beach some time soon!

I love facebook as I have got to see so many people that I wouldn't have caught up with! I even have caught up with people from Carncot! Bloody amazing!

It's my Mum's 60th Birthday next Saturday, she's a beautiful lady, I hope I look and feel as good as she does at 60!

I have had 2 coffees now and feel like taking young Ralph for a walk so will get my bum in the shower.

Have a beautiful week x x x x x

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