It’s dark and rainy this Saturday morning. Not a whole lot is going on in the house right now but a snoring dog. It’s been rainy and gloomy lately, and my mood has followed suit. A few weeks ago, I started having issues with my back. It was high time, if you ask me. I’ve […]Read More The Blahs.
It’s Christmas Eve morning. There is a thick blanket of fog outside – no beautiful, fluffy snow this year. Good thing Santa has Rudolph. No one is awake in the house yet, just me and the dog. I’m just sitting here drinking coffee before the chaos begins. Today, we start celebrating Christmas with family. Soon, […]Read More Fog and coffee.
When I first saw someone posting about FOMO on social media, I had no idea what they were talking about. I actually had to search for the definition because I was curious. Fear of missing out. It’s a real thing. Back in the day, before the internet and social media, no one had any idea […]Read More FOMO. It’s real.
It’s been a cold December already. We dipped into the single digits earlier this year than in the past. I’ll admit it, I really wasn’t ready. Thankfully, we didn’t stay there too long, so I can’t complain. We’re also getting closer to the holidays, so there’s no racing that’s pending right now. There’s no training […]Read More Having fun in the pain cave.
Makes you think of Dory, doesn’t it? Last year at about this time, I saw something interesting in my social media feed. Some of my friends/acquaintances had done a swim challenge. I had just done my first swim meet in a long time, and had been looking for more events to do in the pool. […]Read More Just keep swimming….
The older I get, the easier it is to admit when I’m wrong. The past few years, I have continued to learn more about myself through my interactions with others. I have also learned that spending quiet time alone really helps me focus better. As the kids get another year older, and I slow down […]Read More Learning from my mistakes.
This picture is one of my most favorite places on earth. It is a place close to home where I have spent many hours mediating, sweating, and praying. This is my home base. With so many things going on this time of year, I have to take time to go here to clear my […]Read More Remembering to forget.