Happy 4th everyone!
May your picnic be ant-free,
Your music be lively and upbeat,
Your fireworks be spectacular,
And your heart beat fondly for our great America.
The United States of America broke with an oppressive Nation over and .8 cent tax on Tea. The final straw over multiple and ongoing oppressions that propelled our nation into Independence.
I’m grateful to be in a country that has done so much for the world for freedom’s sake.
God Bless America.
What a lovely week.
I took flowers to the office for the staff who continually makes me look good. It made me so happy to give them a little smile. Not the flowers in the picture, I found some beautiful yellow roses, a symbol of friendship, and Texas.
It was just an ordinary Tuesday, and the week hadn’t started off very well at all. Never the less, a change of attitude can turn a blah week into a fabulous one if you don’t let sour thoughts take over.
Be someone’s sunshine today.
image credit Hippie Peace Freaks (toni) Facebook.
Getting through the sun salutations yesterday, huffing and puffing only to find a little humor.
I wonder where I can get a set of these?
In my warrior yestday, the instructor is pushing down my shoulders, and straightening my arms….that was funny.
In my down dog, she tries to flatten the middle of my back, and push my shoulders down.
It was like I was one of those toys where you push one side and another side goes silly? It was very Lucille Ball.
I didn’t quite get into my headstand. I couldn’t figure out how to relax the muscles in my legs. It wasn’t like I was using my legs, I just couldn’t relax them. It didn’t seem like they were flexed. It was a quandary. “Clear your mind, relax your legs, engage your core, flex your feet.” Sorry, I cleared my mind, what was after that?
I live to fight another day I guess, and try again at lunch on Friday.
Today I’m grateful that my planks are getting stronger, and I actually got my leg into a half lotus. Trying not to think about my age does make Yoga a little easier.
Have you ever had a funny work out?
Besides Beaumont, and El Paso on this jaunt, there is Baytown, Houston, Katy, Columbus, Schulenberg, Flatonia, Luling, Schertz, San Antonio, Kerrville, then it all becomes a blur….coyotes, cactus, dusty planes, the Llano Estacado ( if you are a Lonesome Dove Fan, you’ll remember the Llano.)
When was the last time you drove 900 miles and stayed in the same state?
Driving around Detroit, we found the Motown museum.
We saw a beautiful Church in Ohio. Attending a wedding in an old church with no A/C on the first 90 degree day, it was a wee bit hot. The Priest was really cute, he cut the service short stating the bride and groom would be just as married if he spoke for 20 minutes or 60. I adore clergy with a sense of humor.
We enjoyed a bit of Americana at the War Memorial in Findlay, OH. I adore small towns with a sense of honor and history.
Lest We Forget. Three haunting words in the midst of the flags, the names of the fallen who gave the ultimate sacrifice, and the tribute from their grateful neighbors and friends.
Finishing up the day with a local brew. Some of the names made me smile. I’m glad they make an IPA for a Rough Day. But I went with the Fathead’s Sunshine Day Dream.
Have you seen anything good in this Lovely Month of June?
May the rest of your week be grand.
I’m working on staying positive. Do I relish having another day? Do I celebrate how much I got finished in just 2 days?
Maybe I will take a nap, since I’ve got a little time on my hands.
Cheers to the midweek.