I assumed (and hoped) he meant friendly, open, interested, and together. He stopped me as I was walking Boomer on campus. He wanted to know how big this place was. He said he had been lured off the highway to come and explore. He just couldn't get over how beautiful this area was. He was … Continue reading “Have You Always Been This Way?”
The first day in a new place. Where to get food? How to organize time? What to do first? Who are these others? How to fit in? Mostly, how to fit into this kitchen. Holy closet! (I am writing in the WordPress app for Ipad and I am having a little fit with inserting pics, … Continue reading The Bed Is Bigger Than The Kitchen
There has been a frost warning the last 2 nights. I wore a jacket into the studio this morning and felt happy that I didn't have any plans to go fishing today with G and her father. (Brrrrr....) (As it turned out it was a beautiful day for fishing and they caught 5 trout.) The … Continue reading Blessing the Space
1. My yoga studio. How crazy is it that I own a yoga studio? Sometimes I just cannot believe it. I walked in there at 7 this morning to do my personal practice, all bleary-eyed and tired, and walked out all energized and ready for the day. 2. Vince, my trainer. I write about Vince … Continue reading 6 Things That Made Me Happy Today
We are in Rochester for the weekend, Eastview Mall-ing it. Love this Mall, even though I hate malls in general. But this one has an Apple Store, an Athleta, a Banana Republic, and other retailers that pique my interest. Athleta gives a 30% discount to yoga teachers so that was my first stop. We played … Continue reading Money Don’t Spend Itself
During April I had a “secret Metta friend.” I picked one of my yoga challengers and every time I saw her (which was every day) I said to her in my mind: "May you be happy, May you be peaceful, May you be free." Free from what? Free from anxiety and worry, free from everything … Continue reading Hatchet: Buried.
Today I went to Emerge and had a new experience: A wrap. First I was massaged front and back with rough silk gloves garshana-style. Then came the application of the red clay which went on like silk. I was then wrapped, first in sheets, then covered with a blanket, then enshrouded in a mylar blanket. … Continue reading Sedona Red Clay Wrap