Monday, May 07, 2007

Nadine's Series of Fortunate Events


gratitude, originally uploaded by freeflo.

We shall start with just two from today:

Today, I came home for my very brief lunch break between seeing private clients and discovered that my wonderful Husband had prepared lunch for me, and left it laid out along with all my vitamins. I have the best husband.

Today, I also found out that I have a confirmed place on the Yoga for Women advanced course at KYM in August.

For these blessings and so many others, I am grateful.

8 comments:

Regina Clare Jane said...

I know I am grateful for you, Nadine...
I am glad you are feeling better and that your hubby is so nice and that you are going to your course- all these things are wonderful indeed...
xoxo

Linda (Sama) said...

how cool you are taking that course, Nadine!! WAAAAAH! I miss Chennai! But I will be at KYM in January 2008, YAY!!!

ombites (mary) said...

Ha! Regina beat me to it. I am grateful to have come across your blog :-) Great news about the Yoga for Woman course!! That sounds really interesting so I look forward to you going and then reading about it. Your husband is gorgeous.

Badass said...

Chennai! Yaay!! You must chronicle every detail. Your New Woodlands driver will be so thrilled to see you :)

Nadine Fawell said...

Hi y'all!
Now I more to be grateful for: all the lovely blog-friends I have! Yay!
And Anna, about that: erm, I am thinking no more New Woodlands, and no more driver - it got QUITE expensive last time!
How 'bout al those exclamation marks.

Karen Beth said...

What a neat thing for your husband to do! How very sweet! :)

sammi said...

Hi there! I recently came across your blog as I was searching through several yoga blogs like mine.

That's so awesome that you are from South Africa! It is such a beautiful country. A good friend of mine was originally from there, Cape Town to be more specific. I am from Boston, Massachusetts.

What kind of yoga do you teach? Do you own your own studio? How popular is the yoga scene in South Africa?

Kimberly Palmer said...

That sounds so so exciting, wow!
you'll have to tell us all what the course is like after you take it.