Preparing for my 10pm meditation. Had an *awesome* afternoon kayaking in a saltwater lagoon with Bob. So much fun. Jellyfish! Crabs!
Monthly Archives: August 2014
Heading into my 10pm meditation. Lots to be grateful for. Plus Bob has made me delicious rotisserie chicken :).
Nearly meditation time – had a beautiful evening kayaking with Bob. So glad I made the time to go out with him. I think we haven’t been kayaking for a month, as I’ve been so busy working on my books.
What beautiful weather. My yoga session on the back porch was idyllic. JulietCat sprawled alongside me. I have a pink morning glory, too!
Time for my 10pm meditation. A lovely weekend. Meditating on gratitude for all I have. #meditate
I haven’t documented my do-not-complain project in a while. I began this back in 2008 and it is an ongoing process. I have my ups and downs, but like so much in life the benefit is in simply being aware and striving to improve.
I’ll call this round Reboot B1 – I think occasionally being attentive to the project helps.
This weekend has been a lovely one. My son is over visiting, I got to spend some time with a friend at her yard sale, and I made progress on two different novels. I’m about to publish my two short stories. We’re finalizing the latest issue of the Mused Literary Review which looks just gorgeous. And I got some lovely photos of the cosmos and morning glories in the back yard after I did yoga. So I’m feeling quite content and grateful for what life has to offer.
A stunningly beautiful August morning for my back porch yoga. Treasuring the hummingbirds – I know they’ll be heading south soon. #yoga
Heading into 10pm meditation time – grateful James is over to visit, grateful everyone is happy and healthy. A lovely weekend ahead.
A simply beautiful yoga session this morning. Idyllic weather. Hummingbirds. A friendly slug. Gentle breezes. Peppers are getting red. #yoga
A lovely yoga session on the back porch. Cool for August. I never put my AC in my office window this year. Are we having a strange year? I certainly appreciate August being so temperate – but does this mean we’ll have a frigid winter?