Timber Inn Motel
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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!
... April 1 and two RVC yoga friends recently gave me this book of "Stories that Heal." My first cancer symptom appeared a year ago this week. Then, after surgery, or even during treatment, I don't believe I could have found wisdom or encouragement in a book.
Life is so much about the timing; the confluence of events. And now, with ice still covering both Occom Pond and the Connecticut River, I am reading yet another story about "living in ...
... 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 ...
So my father died on February 6th of this year
after a quite rapid decline over the last year, one that accelerated in the
last two months of his life after he was diagnosed with ineoperable renal
cancer. In his younger days my father was intolerant of heat but not bothered
much by the cold. In his old age, though, he hated the cold and kept the house
temperature in the high 70s F year round and even kept his room over 80* once I
bought him a ...
... a lucky number. I am DONE!
Medical professionals agree that the treatment protocol I had, chemo>radiation>more chemo, was a tough one. My white counts and red blood cells and platelets have been chronically low>affecting my energy. And it’s mid-winter in New Hampshire. The temperature hovers below freezing. Often it’s below 0 F. The days are short and we count the ...