Friday, August 14, 2009

Fulfillment Friday, a.k.a. The Results of Tomorrows Past

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Wow, Fulfillment Friday sneaked up on me this week. Seriously, did seven days go by already? I must have been busy or having fun, or both, to make the week fly by like it did ... or did I have a spectacular attack of fibro fog?

Here are my accomplishments from this past week:

  1. Researched how to create a freelance writer's resume (and considered that maybe I should be offering my services as a resume writer.)
  2. Completed my own freelance writer's resume.
  3. Turned my resume and three "clips" (i.e. published writing samples) into PDF documents.
  4. Submitted my new freelance writer's resume and clips to Jenni at ChronicBabe.com to apply for the "fibro-writer" position she advertised. Received a nice email today acknowledging that my submission was received. Now I need to be patient and let the universe work its magic.
  5. Harvested tomatoes, figs, green beans and radishes from my container garden.
  6. Helped out at Robert's parents' house, watering plants and doing other miscellaneous tasks. BONUS: The boys (my dogs) got to have fun running around in their backyard.
  7. Enjoyed Brunswick's graduation from the six week Advanced Training at PetsMart. Brunswick and I are a great team; we're almost ready to take the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test.
  8. Checked off some of my Priority Health Maintenance Appointments Not to Be Missed: annual gynecological exam and annual mammogram. By the way, "the girls" are fine.
  9. Blogged every day.
  10. Participated in my first blog carnival, the 5th edition of Patients for a Moment. So exciting!
  11. Had some fun with Google search and discovered my blog is getting some mentions from others, like Wellsphere.com and the Worldwide Association for ME/CFS Awareness and Research. Very cool!
  12. Accomplished my goal of incorporating more rest into my day, which was very necessary given how busy I was this last week.
  13. Lucky number 13: Finished the book Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides.
Looking back on a week of tomorrows past, I am proud of my accomplishments. Moving into a new week, I will review the priorities I set last Saturday and renew my determination and commitment to get the things that got put on hold this past week done.

Here's to tomorrow!

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