It was a blur of hospital visits, pain-killer induced sleep and books. I was unwell most of the week, but was thrilled that by the weekend I had regained enough energy to attend a workshop I had signed up for many weeks ago. “Strategic Non-Violent Action planning for Climate Change” was incredibly educational, and the group was filled with wonderful and interesting people. I have learned a lot over the last two and a half days and am ready to put it to practice. Now I just need a campaign and a mission.
good things (week thirty-seven).
. check-in phone calls from my parents and aunt & uncle
. booking my trip to Europe for two weeks end of May (thanks parentals)
. Karen visiting and cooking me dinner for a week while I was sick
. a great collection of library books to read while bed-bound
. not being admitted to the hospital!
. being able to learn new skills and meet great people at the workshop