High & Low

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:22 PM in
Today is Wednesday? That was my question for my husband some second ago. Somehow the weeks are coming and going in a haze, so busy at work. No excuse for sure, but still.

High and Low for the day ... well, well what shall I choose?

A new challenge has started, the GBE 2 experience and I am looking forward to be part of it, even though I cannot invest as much time as I wish in reading all the posts. I hope I am forgiven.

Another high, was walking with Peter under the evening light. The weather is amazing, it was so nice, just to walk and talk. To try to detach after 12 hours of intensive meetings.

As for lows? I'd rather focus on this weekend when mother and granny will come to visit us for 2 weeks. The first activity together? Watching the Champions League final ... all will be simply great!

“If you will call your troubles experiences, and remember that every experience develops some latent force within you, you will grow vigorous and happy, however adverse your circumstances may seem to be.”
John Heywood



Fun times ahead with your mother and grandmother!!

Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the kind birthday wishes.

xxx christie


Love the quotation; I believe it is true. The GBE Experience? I don't remember what that was about.

@Christie - you are welcome :) And I can't wait!
@Belle - take a look at the Expectations entry, the GBE is a new group for bloggers on Facebook

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