or i would lose my mind.
halfway through this term and i've hit another wall.
i had to clear my calendar, not see clients at the community outpatient mental health clinic, and give the anxiety a chance to loosen its grip on my brain.  it was a little hard not to go in yesterday, but, i know i do good work.  and i needed a chance to trim some of my fraying ends.

i like numbers 1 and 2 the best. {i didn't get to number 7!}

i did, however, get to number 5.  and that is because Sister Cheryl, B., and i traveled to NW portland to spend a lovely, cozy, late winter evening picking out invitations for the wedding.  (the wedding website tells me there are 184 more days.)

{psst.  i chose the one on the right.}

o, ladies, what a huge help you were.  thanks for going over envelope and lining and font decisions with me.  and thanks, elizabeth, for weighing in by text!

it's back to community outpatient mental health for me today.  a full day of meetings and clients await.  but i'm a little more rested and a little more prepared to join with families in therapy.

{the weekend will be focused on the Bowen paper.  and the readings on mood disorders.  oy.}


  1. BreAnna on February 17, 2012 at 8:22 PM

    I'm so glad you were able to get a few more items checked off your very long list. Your invitations are going to look lovely!

  2. Lisa on February 19, 2012 at 8:26 PM

    And thank you for all your help, dear heart. Nothing says true friendship than debating the intricacies of envelope liners ... oy.


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