Wednesday, May 13, 2009

have i mentioned that i love my job?


this is what's on my brain this week and why i'm not visiting all of you as much as i would like. instead of my usual late nights of surfing all the blogs i'm folllowing, i've been up late writing. for work! and it makes me so happy! i've had three days in a row of talking to inspiring people and i get to write up their inspiring stories of innovation and dynamic change.

and this place is so beautiful, that i just totally can't believe my luck life.


and today, after a morning of learning and enthusiasm and meeting new people who love what they do and are doing totally amazing, innovative things, i had a bit of time to drive a little ways down the coast and find the most beautiful little beach covered in these:


i can tell you that i am once again grateful that i'm gold, because that  bag isn't gonna be light.

i promise i will be by to visit soon, it's just gonna be a crazy couple of weeks. so please be patient with me!

18 comments:

iasa said...

That's great, life is so much better when you like what you do.


Wow what a gift I have for stating the blatantly obvious.

Nevertheless glad you are happy.

Vancouver's Enviro Girl said...

I am soooo jealous, because, Have I mentioned the I hate my job? Lucky girl...

Hey, my WV is aragon, which if I am not mistaken is some sort of movie. Weird.

dutchbaby said...

Your zest for life is an inspiration.

Cyndy said...

They say that if you like what you do, that you will never work another day in your life. I know it's true, for I am also fortunate to have a career (tried to strike but mean) life that allows me to use my skills AND get paid, but is also flexible enough to explore so many other options, to really live life. I worked for someone else a couple of years ago, a time now referred to as “my sabbatical” since I learned that I was truly blessed with my own business and was lucky (again strike) smart enough to return to it. (Your recent posts about “going back” conjured that escapade’s toxic moments, but your success and everyone’s great comments helped me to exorcise what still lingered.) All this and the opportunity to see nature’s splendor through your lens. Wow, I am a lucky girl! Wishing you a long ride on this wave while I patiently (strike) wait for your next post...

Just Jules said...

Look at those rocks. a basket of those would almost grow. They make me want to rub them - like a stress rock.... Love the wave in that one.

B said...

I'm jealous! But happy for you, of course! :)
I remember when I used to love my job... I think it may be time to move on... scary though!

Kim Hightower said...

It makes waking up in the morning so much easier when you love what you do!

willow said...

I love it when people really enjoy what they do! You are one lucky girl.

Elizabeth said...

It's wonderful to read that life captured you fully. Love it.

Seaside Girl said...

I really, honestly truly love the pebbles. I have a bit of a pebble thing going on. Reminds me of home and holidays all at once.

Kristina * said...

it's great you're feeling so inspired - enjoy every minute!

The Fragrant Muse said...

You take as much time as you need...we Julochka Junkies will be right here when you return.

one planet said...

i think we wait for you ..and be busy as well .. have agood time

paris parfait said...

So glad you're enjoying your work and meeting interesting people! Those stones are wonderful!

Char said...

have a great time

Kamana said...

i loved being a teacher in school, and later lecturing at college. when i am in a classroom, i am really happy because i believe in what i do and i know i am helping others to learn and grow, while at the same time having fun.
now i am no longer in the classroom, but working on educational policy and planning; and although i do miss the classroom, i do enjoy the feeling that what i do now is going to benefit generations to come.

latin_girl87 said...

Hey, Glad to see although your busy that your taking some time to "Smell the roses" so to speak :) Enjoy!The Pictures are so peacful by the way, especially the stones. Very neat.

Kim said...

You can tell you love your job...your writing exudes it, your pictures burst of it...you are living in full color, keep at it! You are an inspiration...

I see it for myself...step by step, I am almost there, loving my job...I will not give up in the pursuit of this.