It was a great weekend! Friday i went to a birthday party. It was very nice. I even danced a little and wanted more!
I think the whole weekend seems longer if you go out Friday night.
All day Saturday it felt like Sunday, and Sunday felt like an extra day off. Both S- days (Saturday and Sunday) were full of yoga classes, beach and food and friends. I stayed busy and had a good time. The beach was nice but the waves were big and there was sargassum, but it was still excellent at the beach.
i feel like today is going to be a very good day too!
I had a nice weekend. Saturday i took it easy in the morning and swam the 800 meter race in the afternoon. I came in second in my age group, which is good for me. i did it in about 19.minutes 10 seconds, but forgot to stop my monitor at the end. The blue and black pic shows my pace, and you can see when I stopped. It was a rough swim with a waves in the face second half.
Yesterday I did my morning Ashtanga class, then a breakfast and coffee, beach, and cleaned the inside of my car while the dawgies played in the yard.
I didn’t make it to the dog walk. Daisy is still in pain from her hips and i had visitors..
A foid friend from. Jamaica was here and we went to a 7AM yoga class, followed by breakfast and meeting her friends on the beach. Then burgers on the grill and that was the end of an extremely nice, relaxing day with LOTS of coffee!
SPOILER ALERT! Reading further might reduce the pleasure gained, if you plan on reading this book.
I’m reading a book called Klara And The Sun. I like it quite a lot. It’s about an AF, artificial friend, a robot, who gets energy from the sun.
i find it very enjoyable. Klara is purchased for a young girl who has some kind of sickness. I am about 60% through the book.
At the beginning of the book, Klara was in the store, and I didn’t know what she was, what AF stood for or anything. It has been a pleasant read from the beginning, figuring out what is going on has been, for me, one of the main pleasures. Hence the spoiler alert. Worth a read.
You know I take yoga, right? I realized I feel shame about yoga. I was avoiding saying I was went. To me, it’s not viewed as a very tough, manly thing to do. It was recommended that I take yoga by my counselor as strongly as a counselor can recommend, which really isn’t very forceful, but I was willing to do anything to feel better and I have to admit yoga makes me feel better and is excellent excellent exercise. (Depending on the class).