Just a quick check-in tonight.
After a day of teaching, training and computer work, I cooked my favorite lemon parmesan salmon recipe for dinner.
And we took Zoey and Sullie for a sunset walk. It’s been so hot here this week but we had a quick storm this evening that cooled everything down nicely. It ended up being a perfect summer night.
I wanted to share two things with you. The first are words. This is what I read my yoga class on Wednesday night. It was 95 degrees in the middle of the week of 4th of July and I walked in to find 55 people ready to practice yoga in a 100 degree room at 6 p.m. To say that my heart was rocked is an understatement.
One of our front desk staffers saw this taped up in a bathroom in a country gas station. After some Googling, it seems to be a well-circulated poem by Robert Paul Gilles Jr., but how special to see it in someone’s handwriting in a gas station in the middle of no where?
I got really vulnerable and shared how I relate to this poem, and I was touched after class to have so many of them share that they relate as well.
This was the soundtrack to class.
And this is the soundtrack to life lately. When I’m not teaching or training, I want to be holed up and working at home. It’s where I am most productive and able to recharge my batteries. I love music in the background. I’ve been feeling really uninspired by my go-to Spotify work playlists lately so I made my own “workflow” playlist that features 9 hours of chilled out, ambient tunes.
Sending lots of love to all of you. <3 <3 <3