As June begins

Sparks (Photo credit: Gnal)

As June begins, I reflect back on this week. It has had some winning moments.

Professionally, I had a great time sharing at the Senior Health and Fitness event sponsored by the Center for Health Improvement here in Hays on Wednesday. I am working on a post with highlights over on Music Sparks. For now, you can access the power point slides. I am prepared for an Music Sparks Sharing group that starts Monday. Intergenerational groups are a favorite of mine. And, I completed another section on a group project. (One more section to go.) Lastly, video is prepped for a Father’s Day Blog Hop which will be up next week.

Personally, I did a major paper inbox sort. Filing is not my favorite thing to do so this is a biggy for me. I have walked the dogs each day and even played piano every day. Having that musical outlet is so important. It has been difficult dealing with the limitations of my sore shoulder and arm. But, that seems to be improving so I hope to get back to yoga and lifting this coming week. I have also spent more time in professional and pleasure reading this week. Feeding my mind is helpful.

I look forward to seeing where these sparks of acknowledgement take me as I continue to grow and develop.

2 Replies to “As June begins”

  1. Hello, JoAnn! So happy you stopped by my little corner in the blogosphere. How wonderful that you use music to inspire and help others. I’ll have to share your blog with my daughters who are passionate about music and finding a way to fit that in with their future dreams/careers. Yes, they are only 8 and 10, but they talk about college and their future. I’m glad that you enjoyed my post. We loved painting while listening to music and we adore Eric Carle and all of his work.

    Have a great Sunday!

    Jen from Creative and Curious Kids!

    1. It is wonderful to see young children exploring various careers. There are so many out there. If you are interested in learning more about music therapy, please visit Music Sparks! You’ll also find some fun instruments you can make and other materials you can share with your children.

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