Country Inn & Suites Columbus
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... yogurt. There was an elderly trumpet-guitar duo playing outside a pizza place. Then a younger guy with an interesting round xylophone thing showed up and started jamming. He was very good! Groovy! But I think the elderly duo was a bit resistant. After a few songs, the guy shook their hands and peaced out. Aw. It was a good time nonetheless and we drove back watching the sun set ...
... to get a good shot! But nobody can deny that it IS fun to wear bright, pretty yoga clothes, and it IS fun to do beautiful poses in interesting environments. And as I learned today, these seemingly gimmicky yoga classes can be super fun! It's like treating myself to an ice cream sundae after eating rice and beans for a while, haha. The class was held in Columbus, a cute little city 45 mins north of LaGrange. All I knew about it was that ...
... cherry tomatoes, and cucumbers with them for them to take home! Korean people loove gardening, that's for sure. I think most people 35 and up have memories of growing up around farms and mountains and such.
I am starting to organize my room: 1) things to take with me to the camps (5 weeks), 2) things to take back to NC in August, and 3) things that will stay here. So many things I could honestly live without...! Haha.
... towards all the problems of your life by changing your attitude towards a situation. So believe, I will excel. I will work with faith. I am taking baby steps, little by little. Let me be the light. Let me believe in myself. Myself - always complete, luminous, always shining bright, always joyous!
Let my true self shine far and wide, ...
... by showing a basset hound licking whatever else that represents the bacteria. Sketchy Micro does a great job of setting scenes and weaving stories to help memorize things. Microbio was definitely one of the hardest blocks in 1st year due to the sheer amount of memorization, so this is great! It's a fun way to ease back into things.
So yeah! Time has been going by steadiliy. I've been very content and grateful with where I am!