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Postcards from Paradise #8 Giddy Up!

I'm feeling a little giddy at the moment!
things have moved on for me,
I have a couple of things in
'the pipe line'
This was my 'dreamboard' offering 
for Jamie Ridler's
Full Moon Dreamboards
from a year ago, see ~
The first exciting thing is 
I'm starting to create my own
Photo-Blog-Book
here's a sample page
on my screen,
will need a bit of tweaking,
I usually assemble the whole book
and tweak at the end
when I do any DTP work.

But the most exciting thing I'm making
s-t-r-i-d-e-s
towards
 is tied up in the message
of this intuitive Dreamboard ~
Full Pink Moon
It's something I've been working towards
for quite awhile, at least in my head!
I must say I'm a bit scared,
because this means
I have to step outside my
Comfort Zone!
It's not in the bag yet!
It may not even get off the ground!
If it does I will be so excited
and nervous at the same time.
I'm going to have to lock my fears away,
get out of my own head
and just go for it!

All will be revealed
soon
x

PS:  Will let you know how the book develops,
 if anyone is interested
I could give pointers
to this process?


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Comments

rebecca said…
i love love love your enthusiasm. isn't it powerful being connected to our dreams? sometimes just renewing our vows, committing to our hopes, realizing their realness, is simply electric!

i am so happy for your happiness and wait with great expectancy right beside you!

xoxoxoxoxo
Carola Bartz said…
Oh Sue, what a beautiful dreamboard. And I wonder what you are "boiling" up and am very excited for you. It seems we're going similar paths. I know about fear and what a terrible barrier it can be. Encouraging wishes are sent over to you - you go, girl!
I love your dream board and the book you've made it into. And your words remind me of a butterfly just coming out of the cocoon.
Dawn Elliott said…
I can so relate to making progress on something dear to my heart, then being flung out of my comfort zone into the wild unknown! Bravo! I find it's always a good thing in one way or another!

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