Just before Jamie shuts the car off in the parking lot I see the air temperature. 10 degrees Fahrenheit. The expected high is to be in the 40's, but that will be after we finish. I've dressed for about a mid 20's start so it seems as though I'd better generate some heat. We embark … Continue reading Staunton Jaunt
I finish The Colorado Trail and muse about the future.
My dear friend of over 20 years, after an eight month battle with endometrial cancer, handed out one last homework assignment. It was my pleasure to honor her at her memorial service. This is the text of the eulogy I delivered on her behalf.
Our sorrows and wounds are healed only when we touch them with compassion - Buddha
Beyond my front door, afar from the confines of my comfy chair, lies my mistress. I sneak off to be with her whenever I can as she causes my heart to skip whenever we are separated.
At times we may be merely hanging on, while at others we eagerly await the opportunity to spring forth.
Let not waste a day nor an hour, let not waste a sunrise or sunset, let not waste an opportunity to tell one that they are loved.
I’m up early every weekday. On Fridays, I hit a regular yoga class with other early yoga birds that begins at 5:45. Today, as I move about on my mat and check in with hips, knees and ankles, it feels especially warm and humid in the room. I gave up trying to figure out the … Continue reading A Yoga Story
Part two in our R2R2R trip across the Grand Canyon and back.
A culmination of year's training for R2R2R hangs in the balance as a dirty bug attempts to foil the plan. Part one.