How's your week been?
I had a journal club presentation on Thursday and spent most of my Mon-Wed preparing for it.
I'm glad it's all over...was really nervous as it was my first journal club. Actually I did enjoy it, reading scientific journals and presenting it to my colleagues.
My boss thought it was good as I presented to the lab what's been hot the past year in the area of cancer research and its advances.
I shared my prepared slide show with Sherry, so of course from her experiences of countless of presentations, she shared a couple of useful tips that can help further improve my presentation skills and powerpoint slides!!!
Seriously, I went home to actually jot down what she shared.
I really love that girl!
She's totally self-less and cares enough to share her knowledge and expertise rather than keep everything to herself. That's truly what a teacher is all about!!!
Pink Sketches #26 is up! Kelli decided to keep this week's sketch simple. And I too decided to keep my layout simple.
Here's the Sketch:
Here's my layout:
I decided to go down memory lane by scrapping on my very rare picture of myself nursing Daren when he was 3 months old. I really miss the moments I had with him. It's like time stood still for us both each time I nursed him, enjoying every moment of it.
Journalling (Partial): This is a journey that I want to always remember. That as a mother, I've given you my best, my love via breastfeeding you...
Supplies: Crate Die-cut paper, Scenic Route paper, Basic Grey paper, Jenni Bowlin Paper and journalling card, Kaiser Pearls, Heidi Grace Punchboard Hearts, 7 gypsies Velvet Flower, Making Memories Clipboard Clip, and Creative Imagination Remember Rub-On.