I think she sent me to the spa this week to lose a little weight. I have my own room with a bed and chair (and I brought my favorite pillow). I have to go out and take walks with the other dogs twice a day and I'm supposed to play in the yard. SHE only left kibble for me to eat and some cheese to put on it. I'm trying to be sweet so the nice spa lady will let me sit on her lap. Oh, and I don't have a thyroid problem. The vet said after she comes home they need to check for Cushing's Disease, but we can't do anything until I settle back down at home. That's all the news from me.
News from HER
I went to see my advisor at CDSP to suggest an addition to my thesis. I don't think the data I've gathered is enough for a good paper and Rob Voyle gave me the idea of asking people he's trained in Appreciative Inquiry and are doing Transition Ministry (Interim) work to use my protocol and give me feedback. I will meet with another professor on Monday to see if she will serve on the committee since the third member is no longer at CDSP.
I spent the first night at my friend David's house and after going over to CDSP I drove up to Sebastapol to see Rod and Mary. Rod has just retired. We talked and reminisced about our classmates in seminary and shared wonderful meals together. They're great hosts.
I'm now back at David's. When I returned I convinced him to get a Wii Fit so he can work on his balance. I've found that to be really helpful for me. We're going over to All Saint's for the 8 am service and Sausalito for the late service tomorrow and then lunch with Liz.
I'll be back late Tuesday and pick you up Wednesday morning. Be a good girl.
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