Do you find feathers in your daily interactions with life? Do they have meaning to you?
Sorry, no Mindful Meditation video today, due to a number of reasons. Instead, enjoy this shot from my moody afternoon walk on the Camp Chase Trail. See you tomorrow!
I hoped we'd made a new friend on our walk today. Alas, Curly doesn't want new friends.
I find myself craving a good, long, five or six mile trail walk starting at sunrise. Not quite sure why--Aries in Taurus, perhaps? Or the full grand conjunction in my sign? Impossible to know. I think most of it stems from needing, longing, and wanting to be doing something different with my life (Uranus in Taurus, y'all...) and not knowing exactly what.
Yes, I see the typo, but I kinda like it. Softmess seems to sum up my life, currently.
Today's 3-mile trek on the Camp Chase Trail had an ethereal edge, thanks to the thick blanket of fog that settled in overnight. Don't worry, we're just doing three miles. The furthest I've done (walking, anyway) is six, one way. One of these days I'll make one of those other markers. Just not today. This …
He blended in so well with the trail I could have squished him. And he sat so perfectly still for his portraits that I wish I'd had some dead flies to reward him with.
DId the Wise Men actually consider looking at Mary and Joseph's Babies-R-Us wish list?
New friends exist everywhere you look.
We may lose and we may win But we will never be here again So open up, I'm climbin' in And take it eeeeeasy....
(ok, maybe a few words) (of thanks)
What good is the present If all we worry about are other things?
I debated whether or not to name this "Thursday Thoughts" or the ubiquitous and classic "Throwback Thursday", and decided on the former because it's my blog. I have a couple of ideas for future TBTs. Stay tuned. === Yesterday was a teacher work day. A day to get caught up on grading, turn in all …
How is it that when we return from walking a distance we are not the same person as when we began?
Yesterday I added 3.25 miles to my daily total on the trail. While the snow has melted with the exception of the hard-packed edges, the northerly winds still bit as they blew. I got a little excited at seeing bits of blue sky, which made me hopeful for spring. I'm not going to be foolish …