So, we went to the beach a couple of weeks ago. And camped our little booties off in the pop-up tent trailer. (Evidence above.)
It was sweaty, salty and super sunny.
Sounds spectacular, right?
Weirdly, it was. And is. Because the contrast of discomfort to comfort was so stark – as it always is camping at Frisco campground on Cape Hatteras National Seashore – that the fleeting moments of balance were heavenly. And I’d do it all over again. (Which I have many times since I was born and intend to do many more times before I die.)
Meanwhile, I missed writing you.
But air and space create the necessary contrast with connection.
And silence beautifully contrasts with words.
So that was silence. This is words. And this next thing is some more words.
Recently, a publication called VoyageRaleigh asked to profile me for an interview. Which was great fun because I’ve had quite a few people over the years ask me that familiar question we all know, “How did you end up doing what you do?”
So, here’s your chance to learn more.
Take a pause with me and read it now,
I’m grateful you keep showing up here at my blog. I’m grateful I keep showing up here at my blog.
Because I know this place makes me a better writer, yoga therapist, mother / wife / daughter / sister / friend / neighbor / on and on, and simply a better all-around human being.
Oh, and partly because I missed our last connection and (er – mostly) because I want to share some stuff with you, you’ll get two other short emails from me this week,
one on Thursday and one on Saturday.
Thanks for being with me.
Now and always as we tred this big ol’ ball we call Earth.
p.s. If you read the interview and you’re sparked to connect, just drop me a note back (hit “reply” to this email) or leave a comment on the article. I’d be super psyched to hear from you.