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... seasonal weather & shortened daylight, managing stress large or small is a necessary life skill.
For me, yoga works. Phyllis’s yoga class at Ancient Healing Arts this morning once again reinforced for me the magic of yoga. Her class is the inspiration for this blog entry.
How does yoga work to relieve stress? Well, first you have to show up and be “present” on your mat. This can be in a home practice or in a ...
... food for company. But we enjoyed the day and we are enjoying the leftovers.
Last year I was in Bangkok for Thanksgiving. I recall fond memories of Noah’s friend, Josh’s beautiful and delicious Thanksgiving party. As you can see from my other Travelpod blogs, I love to travel, and have done so often in the past 8 years. My need for cancer treatment now has altered the vehicle. Now I’m traveling in a comfy chair.:)
We woke around 7:45am to footsteps. The guest? It slowly transpired that there were actually 3 extra 'guests' in the other room. The man I saw the previous night was glimpsed again though the open door, a woman who I 'met' because she didn't lock the toilet door, and another man emerged as we were leaving. Quite where all these people fit in this tiny, poky condo, and why they were all there, we have no earthly idea. No eye contact was made, no explanation ...
Today was a good day exploring Vermont. We saw lots of great covered bridges. Designed like this to stop the bridges getting icy and also to preserve their longevity. We stopped at the Bridge of Flowers, saw glacial potholes, iconic white churches and generally some beautiful driving. No festival in Woodstock but enjoying the tranquil town! Next stop New ...
... with more seating in the back. We opted to sit in the booths to people watch and leaf peep. Oldies music blared out and I sang along to most of the songs.
After a ridiculously awesome breakfast at the Main Street Diner, we climbed at The Parking Lot Wall. Really. It's called that because you literally drive into the lot, park, and hike 20 steps up to the rock with a lot of routes. This is my kind of approach!
We climbed a few ...