week reflection

“Adulthood brings with it the pernicious illusion of control, and perhaps even depends on it. I mean that mirage of dominion over our own life that allows us to feel like adults, for we associate maturity with autonomy, the sovereign right to determine what is going to happen to us next. Disillusion comes sooner or later, but it always comes, it doesn’t miss an appointment, it never has.”
Juan Gabriel Vásquez, The Sound of Things Falling

week in review
last week’s gratitude: family
this week’s intention: gratitude
what I’m reading: The Sound of Things Falling
finished reading The Boston Girl
continued Dressember challenge (more info + participate(pic 1)
hosted monthly Denver Creates (pic 2)
read + wrote
November reflection + December goal setting
brunch + catching up with a friend
Blossoms of Light + dinner with friends (pic 4)
worked on 2017 intentions
created + ordered holiday cards
participated in HTC 10-year anniversary event (pics 8, 9)
DEN > LAS
learned + was inspired at Gartner Digital Applications Summit
ate yummy food + explored + hung out with great people in Vegas (pics 3, 5, 6, 7, 10)
productive Sunday of errands + house tasks
prepared for mala-making workshop (chakra tests)
began planning + intentions for 2017
continued challenge to finish books I started in 2016
wrote + posted week reflection

weekend happenings + intentions
holiday shopping
finish The Sound of Things Falling
member weekend at Bonacquisti Winery
attend holiday parties
submit photos to Bella Grace 
attend book club holiday party
continue Dressember
continue working on 2017 intentions
relax + rest from week in Vegas
prepare for upcoming busy week

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