"Sometimes I've believed as many as
six impossible things before breakfast." ~Lewis Carroll
2. I'm relieved that Roger Federer won his semi-final match yesterday against Novak Djokovic, and I'm hopeful that Rafa Nada will manage to come back from 2 sets down (after yesterday's rain delay) to win his match against Andy Murray because I'd like to see these two great champions 'battle' once again on the court before tennis season ends for 2008.
3. I'm looking forward to the Women's Championship match between Serena Williams and Jelena Jankovic ... (postponed yesterday due to rain & rescheduled for this evening) ... but it's hard to imagine it will compare with Serena's highly competitive match with Venus last Friday night.
4. This week's Photoshop Elements lessons introduced 'adjustment layers' and although I've not had time to experiment and share those tools & techniques ... I'm hoping I'll be able to do so in the week ahead. I continue to be amazed at the power of this program, and will never look at (or believe) a photograph in the same way again because it's possible to create 'fiction' quite easily.
5. Once again ... I've been blessed with more awards to acknowledge and share. These two came from Vixen of Vixen's Den who 'broke the rulez' (as I so often do) and generously gave them to all her regular readers. I've decided to do the same thing here ...
so I'm sharing both with everyone on any of my Blog Rolls ... located in the sidebar (near the bottom of the page here at Sacred Ruminations) ... at Small Reflections and at Blog Rolls & Bling. If I visit YOUR blog with any regularity ... you know I love it. As I indicated last Sunday ... to those I've neglected these past few months, I apologize ... but I'm determined to catch up with all those unread posts in my 'reader' ... eventually, so please bear with me.
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Thought for Today
"Every individual has a place to fill in the world and is important in some respect whether he choose to be so or not." Nathaniel Hawthorne