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... and dried cherries, gorgonzola and nuts with a tangy dressing made with infused vinegars and oils. Really wonderful.
And... no travel would be complete without ice cream or gelato and this visit was no exception as Nancie introduced me to Moran Gelato. It was so good, I visited twice and even met Elana's friend, Jonah for some tasty gelato!
... it anyway." (Emphasis added.)
In a later chapter about "embracing life," the author quotes her patient saying: "When you are walking on thin ice, you might as well dance."
Life with cancer means "doing it anyway." It means, finding freedom from the fear of both the journey and the outcome. It means seeking joy in each day. It's mid April and we still have ice in the Upper Valley. It's getting thinner; just perfect for dancing on.
... about the importance of slowing down and staying present. The healing potential of yoga is physical, not just spiritual or emotional. In a recent LuluLemon blog, Kevin says: “I’ve worn glasses the last four-and-a-half years and have been doing eye therapies and had surgeries. I drove 45 minutes to a yoga class the other day—it was hands down the most amazing class I’ve ever taken—and I walked out of the studio and drove home ...
http://www.canoeclub.us/calendar or any of the other restaurant venues that have entertainment.
Northern Stage in White River Junction (Vermont) has its second annual New Play Festival with 2 readings and a musical this weekend. http://northernstage.org/buy-now/2014-2 015-season/
Pentangle Arts in Woodstock, VT has a community theater performance of Fiddler on the Roof. ...
... in Japan where I have never been. Thank you Craig (see link above) for your wonderful photos of Japan. They dovetail with my reading. I have been savoring each leg of the journey. We are touring Tokyo. Paul’s friend, the famous author, Haruki Murakami (Underground) takes us on a city tour. I’m hungry for noodles in the “old shop” on a small back street near the Kappa Bashi, where traditional Japanese kitchen tools are ...