High & Low - part II

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:06 PM in
When I posted my High and Low entry today, I didn't think that I will get so much support from my readers, thank you all for your kind words, they all mean a lot to me after a 16 hours hard and challenging working day. I survived, still breathing, so I guess it's OK. I am very very tired but with some ideas for the future. The good news? Going home tomorrow and will be there for 2 weeks so plenty of time to recharge my batteries.

Now chilling down, cos I am beating like a drum :)



I am glad that you are ok Claudia.

I know that you are very tired but hopefully over the next 2 weeks you will have time to rest, relax and think things through.

Take care of yourself.


I'm glad today is a little better. Hopefully you'll get some rest and relaxation at home.

2 weeks? That's wonderful. I'm sure you're looking forward to that!!

Home...one word that brings to mind so many lovely feelings...


I'm glad you will be home for awhile, Claudia. I guess you have been very busy. Have a happy reunion with your hubby!

The best place in the world is home! Enjoy being back.

I'm so glad to hear that you'll be at home for a while. You deserve it, and you need it :)

Wonderful to think that you are going to be home with Peter for two weeks my friend. Good news indeed!!

@Fiona - I am doing my best to relax, will take care of me for sure! Thank you for your kind words!
@Laura - already started and I feel much better
@Barb - Peter too :)
@Sush - so true, happy to be here!
@Belle - busy is the word indeed, Peter is also happy!
@Desiree - indeed, missed it a lot!
@Sarah - agree with you on the need part1
@Diane - good news for sure, happy for you Paris travel!

A walk in the forest sounds like just the ticket. I always feel taller after a walk in the woods.
Jilda and I have been listening to Enya for years. She has such a soothing voice and the music is hypnotizing.
Take care of yourself.

@Rick - will do and I hope both of you have a lovely weekend!

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