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This has been the winter that won't quit. And, it has been the year that I haven't been able to take my usual "sunny break trips." When we had another few inches of snow on April 8. I looked at the tracks left by early spring birds and comforted myself saying, it looks and feels like January but the "sunny break" is bound to be just days away.
While I wait I've been reading Rachel Naomi Remen's book "Kitchen Table Wisdom." I restarted my ...
... life challenges. My yoga community provides healing, caring thoughts and brings happiness. This week, it has helped again to lift my dreary mood.
If we think that we can make plans and life will follow obediently, we will surely be disappointed. Living a full life means we each will ultimately be called upon to find strength we didn't know we had. I am strong and I am grateful. I intend to remain so.
Thank you all for your healing thoughts!
... me to join him and his wife Aviva at their shared ski
house at Killington two weeks later I happily accepted, even though this was
turning out to be one of the coldest winter months on record.
Killington is located on the slopes of a mountain of the
same name in central Vermont and is probably the biggest ski complex in the
eastern United States. I skied at Killington once with Doug for a weekend around
a decade or more ago, but he’s become a regular ...
... bright sunshine. If it’s too cold, sleeting, freezing rain or slick and icy, we can’t always exercise outside. Everyone I meet has a touch of winter “low energy.” We call it Cabin Fever.
Is winter Cabin Fever so different from "cancer cabin fever?"
Ways to Combat Cabin Fever:
Dress for the weather, & when dry, get outside and exercise. Ski or snowshoe ...
I slipped out of our Swift House Inn campsite, riding out of Middlebury in the predawn darkness as Maura was breaking down the Kelty. We did not want the inn's guests to wake up and see our camping gear strewn across the lawn of the their elegant accommodations. Maura hung back to ...