Canterbury House Bed and Breakfast
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Although it took 11 hours to get from DC to Randolph, it was A LOT better than flying since we would still be waiting for our flight today I bet. We scooted out of DC just as THE BIGGEST STORM EVER was coming in. Didn't really see much snow at all on the way up but Amtrack did cancel all northbound trains the next day.
So you know how the train goes - sway sway, choo choo, read, sleep, eat, stand up and stretch - repeat. But it was a bit surprising ...
... are here for you when you have symptoms that rear up. We’ll treat them again and again as needed and you’ll go on with your life.”
I am grateful I have not stopped "living” through this 9 month blip. When the cold winter wind hits me in the face I feel alive. And when the warm sun returns to shines on me, I'll feel alive then too. Treasure each day, right here, right now.
... is key. After today’s class, another yogi mentioned that somehow, the classes seem to be just what she needs each day. I said, "I have often felt the same."
On this winter solstice day once again, our class was just what I needed. The meditation, pranayama (breath work), chakra awareness, and poses may have affected each of us in in class differently. As I embraced the quiet practice recognizing the darkness of the season, I felt ...
... quit, and just say I've done enough already. That was not a helpful thought to put into my head. But I trudged forward and guess what? Not "brutal." It's not so bad. Mind over matter does work and as long as I prioritize my exercise and yoga, I'll get through this part too. I am avoiding crowds as my white counts have been low for months. I have to be extra careful not to be exposed to illness or infection. That could cause a serious setback. So ...
... of our accommodation. Montreal seems to be a city with high unemployment and its fair share of issues. It seems like an expensive place to live and the area we were in was on the edge of the downtown city area. Buildings were dilapidated and we walked passed empty shops in this neighbourhood.
Our next encounter with a local was actually a policeman on point duty. We were surprised to see his uniform included a pair of pink camo cargo pants. He also wore ...