That's how it is...

...if you really, really help!

Ok, here are some details:

No more talk about 'who do you think you are' and 'I admit' (I hope). It is a 'past tense', so no need to talk about it anymore...

The flow goes on.

Because of you, the flow carries me with it in a high speed. Yes, that's how it is if you make
effort to help me to make my dreams come true... Then the following happens:
  • After my daily 'busy-wizi' matters, I spend every free moment for you-know-which project
  • I'm running out of time to publish posts on my blog (reports from Zagreb and Slovenske Konjice are still on the waiting list)
  • I am running out of time to comment on your blogs. I do read them, but don't comment them!
So if you miss my comments on your blog, I would like to tell you that I do read your news, just am not able to comment your posts at the moment. Sorry! - Not a nice 'thank you' for your wonderful help for my phototherapy project, eh?
And on top of that you will now be informed about the project so often, that you will eventually have a full head of phototherapy! ;) Yeah, that's how it is if you do your best to make my dreams come true!

I tell you: it's all because of you! You made it happen!!

Thank you for visiting my blog, thank you for your time, thank you for your comments. I appreciate it!
I'm thinking of you and wishing you much inspiration, a lot of good will, and a lot of creative drive! We can be creative in several ways and in several areas, so, have fun!

And here are some news about the phototherapy project if you're interested to hear about it:

  • confirmed mentor (from Slovenia) for the project
  • approved school, where the (first) project will be implemented
  • project will start in March (yeeeees!)
  • intensive studying of researches and literature about this field (ah, in English, again, so I'm slow)
  • translated some literature on phototherapy

What awaits me in the following days:

* Verifying the ethical issues and the protection of personal data relating to children who will participate in the project - because I intend to organize an exhibition of their works

  • Documentation for the school
  • Documentation for the selected (proposed) children
  • Documentation for their parents
  • My 'statement' for children and their parents
  • Meeting with the participants and their parents and arrangements for implementation
  • Literature, literature, literature
  • Searching for sponsors and/or government 'calls' to obtain funding for a project

I can't wait!