Sunday, Hubby delivered a filing cabinet to a client of mine, with his dad. That cabinet used to hold all our “older” files. In Québec, as a business, we have to keep our records for a minimum of seven years, so I had to transfer all those files into boxes until the filing/storage unit from our office was brought down.
Yesterday morning, Hubby disassembled both our desks. When the installers came in with all those pieces and boxes, the office felt pretty small. Now, that everything is in place, I think it is way more spacious than before. I like it can you tell?
Today was a day for me of figuring out where I wanted my things and what I wanted those things to be. Whatever I couldn’t store up here, had to go down to the unit. I managed to do it! Some things will be ironed out as we use the office more, but overall it’s all good! These two pictures are from our office, as it stands at the moment.
As you may remember, Friday will be our “Relay for Life”. I’m excited about it, especially since they are predicting warm weather, not this rain we’ve been having for the last week. Last year we walked in rain, I’d like a dry walk this year!
We hosted our team’s meeting two weeks ago for all to meet and it went well. I wanted unity in the team, so I ordered some caps for all 13 members. Yellow because that is the colour of cancer, and because I wanted something that would stand out, that would show that we were part of a fun team. I wouldn't normally wear this on the street, but for the Relay, at night, why not! Don’t you think they’re cute? C’mon! They are!
I also made a banner with the Relay's logo our team’s name and a daffodil, to identify our team's tent. I'm no artist like Pigeon, or like my mother-in-law used to be, but I think I did a good job, considering...
The team did super well, we managed to raise over six thousand dollars! I’m so proud of all of us. I’m very happy and grateful to all of you, dear blends, who did sponsor me. With all the generous contributions I’ve received, I managed to raise almost 3K! I’m still in shock, and soooo happy!
For those of you who might want to contribute, there are still a few days left, so please do.
The next few days will be about trying to get some work done in between and finalising the details for the Relay, preparing everything for our team so that we spend a great night together! Reads like fun, doesn’t it? Well, it is!