I went to a Deva Primal concert in Boulder. It was amazing. She asked us to turn to someone beside us and chant to each other. I chanted with a women whose eyes were clear, and her heart was open. In the break we chatted. I told her she had such a great spirit.… Continue reading The Healer
When did we transition from romance to being a good cleaning team? Yes it has been a long winter in the mountains. And the snow continues.
OMG what a crazy ass piecemeal system in the USA. I miss Canada. You may have to wait to see your doctor, but they will know you personally, they will send you to an imaging centre in their building and the results are sent back to your doctor the same day.
I went to a workshop with the talented Amy Lieberman integrative health life coach (www.amylieberman.com). She spoke about going on a digital detox diet, (disconnect to reconnect). Turning off the pings and dings on your devices to reduce stress.
I saw on a bulletin board the phrase "Let go of the Oars, everything you want is downstream...."
March break is a Gong show in the mountains
Wednesdays are my favourite day in the mountains. We have a private salsa dance teacher come to our home. I went on a site called one mans junk the facebook page -for the mountains. I posted for a dance teacher. We got a response from a professional ballroom dance champion. He is amazing young professional,… Continue reading Quirks of living at altitude
It seems the mountain energy seeps into your soul. The ability to see awe all around you in every window has a way into your heart.
Adapting to each others rhythms takes courage after 7 years of living alone. It seems this morning I stole my fiance’s pillow, and would not give it back in my sleep. I talk in my sleep - last night I was mumbling about aircraft hangers. I have been told I sometimes sleep with my legs bent up in the air, on my back. Combine that with nightly gratitude lists said out loud before sleep, and prayers before bed, no wonder my previous husband had his own room.
The beauty of this town is that all walks of life are here. Young people working and living in their car as there is no housing, ragged mountain characters who have been here for 40 years, europeans, and the nouveau rich from Texas.