It is Monday already!  (Again!)  And I barely remembered, because the weather is lovely out and I have stayed busy (after five walks to wear out the 90 pound pup who will turn One-year-old tomorrow!) creating a template for new professional paperstock.  How exciting. It is rather fun to make progress in something that started out foreign and unnavigable, and is now uniquely my own to mail as a coverletter to select casting directors introducing myself with freshly printed headshots and resumes.  So much business, it is understandable why one would be grateful for a professional assistant.  A ‘ONE DAY’ GOAL!

Through the advice of a savvy business consultant at * BBRProductions * I have created [after many revisions and suggestions and additional improvments] a professional letter, or rather an easier to digest note-size preface with enough research on the receipient and spunky, naturalistic personality of the sender to attain an Agent’s attention.  Appreciatively so, Praise, let it be! Additionally, I have incorporated a watermark of my logoKatrina Perkins in the personalized greeting;  I feel so fancy-pants.  Then!  it occured to me “IT IS MONDAY!  I HAVE A WORDPRESS TO POST BEFORE 7 P.M.!” [Eastern Standard Time to still count as today]

Here I sit, needing hydration- ah, that’s better [Cheers Ralph!]- still finalizing me note, and trying to decide which photo to include here- sometimes that is what really hangs me.  Oh the truth is, it all hangs me up- this indecisive little Libra strives for more balance and Thankfully there is a Yoga studio a mere two minute walk, a guaranteed cure to better breathing!  OH!  And next week!!!  The farm season begins again!  Being out in nature on an organic * farm * with amazingly good people growing food always brings me Peace and Harmony AND BLISS!  Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, local food:  who does not derive immense pleasure from eating FRESH food?!  I taste the love, and the veggies truly are more full of flavor.  #Spoiled thanks to * Biophilia *. Now, back to work!  Close to a finished product . . . then, assembling the paperclipped note/headshot/resume, printing address labels, a walk to the post office, and stamps.  Let the mailing begin!

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  and “If you like to eat, Hug a farmer.”