So just in time for Spring Break, I am battling some kind of upper respiratory thing. (greaaaat..) Nothing like a garbage-y cough and a woozey head to start the weekend.
My first day of Facebook-less-ness went off without a hitch. Don’t even miss it.
It was so easy, I gave up Pinterest, too. I am checking my email and reading blogs on my Google Reader, and that’s it.
This morning I thought about hitting up Wegmans for some organic goodness , but truly did not feel up to it, so I finished my February book instead, and started and almost finished my March one.
My March book is a rogue read that infiltrated into my pile as a result of hearing an interview with the author on Buddhist Geeks.
I HATE strength training with every (muscle) fiber of my being, but this guy’s book is about making strength training a contemplative practice, so my interest was mucho piqued.
As I’ve been lying on the couch all day reading this book (yummmmm…..) my predominant thought has been: this is YOGA! This is how I strive to do my practice. Everything he is saying about strength training could just as well be applied to yoga. What he does with weights is what I do on my mat. So why did it never occur to me that I could bring the yogic mindset to weight lifting????
It’s a very cool book, but man, it could have really used an editor. Reading his sentences is like driving on rumble-strips. Some people have no “ear” for the flow of idea-music, ever notice that? But his content is solid, so I am putting up with the atonal, mind-jarring style.
Tonight we turn the clocks ahead. It’s only 8 PM as I write this and I’ve already done it. I love this time of year. I don’t understand Daylight Savings Time AT ALL, and it’s not something I seek to understand. I just accept it as part of the predominant cultural wackiness. All I know is that tomorrow at 6:30 PM we will have the same light as today at 5:30 PM, and that is just fine with me! Let the light shine!
People complain that they lose an hour’s sleep. Really? Really?? C’mon. Let’s be honest, here. Don’t you just sleep until you wake up? It’s Sunday, afterall. No place to go, really. Just sleep in, people. Quit your bellyaching! It’s almost SPRING!!
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I am sorry that you are not feeling well, get better soon!