Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Share the Joy: Bittersweet




I have to admit, I’m feeling JOY
mixed with a little loss this week.

I’ve finished the last intensive “residency” weekend
in my coaching program and I’m thrilled about that
but I also just had my last memoir writing class.

After sharing important life stories with class members,
It’s hard to let that go.

JOY can have a bittersweet element.


One thing I have to look forward to
is starting the e-course MONTAGE
with Vivienne McMaster
and learning to make kickass videos.


How about you? Where’s your JOY? 




1. do a post that tells and shows us what gives you joy.

2. Capture the URL of the specific post and paste it
into the Mr. Linky box along with your name.
3. Then click the NEXT box (or the link)
to choose an image from the post to hook to Mr. Linky's list
so that people are enticed to visit your blog.
If you just can't get it to work, send me the info
and I'll try to link it for you.
4. Visit other players -- as many as possible --
and let their joy infect you.
Leave them a comment, because everyone enJOYS
getting positive feedback.



Let's start an epidemic of joy!





9 comments:

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Good for you. You are learning some great skills.\
ngeskad figose

Deb Crecelius said...

Glad you are always learning;
it's so rewarding.
(and we get to see the results :)

Kim Mailhot said...

Ah, yes, that bittersweet joy ! Know it well. Here's to wonderful connections made and new ones to bloom.
Happy shooting !

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Or Meri, I had time today to go back and view the video. It is so uplifting. What a wonderful feeling it gave me.
QMM

foxysue said...

The 'letting go' can be the hardest, but making room for the new, brand new experiences is so exciting, enjoy!

Miss Robyn said...

I love VIV !!
[I hope to post about JOY this week.. if not, definately next.. have been away from blogging on a kind of sabbatical xo]

Relyn said...

That's an evocative self-portrait. I love it.

Leovi said...

Beautiful and intriguing self-portrait.

Stephanie said...

Meri, so many wonderful things going on here! Love the self portrait but look forward to more video.

x..x