I spent a couple of very productive hours at Flying Star having lunch/studying after a great class at Vivify led by Carly. I *really* needed to Take and Not Teach. It’s been over a week. Do understand, I love teaching so very much. But I also need my quiet time on the mat, letting someone else guide the group practice. So glad I went.
It’s pretty important that I study today. I have two finals tomorrow for starters. Homework assignment for another class. That’s just tomorrow. There will be the usual at least one quiz every day for the rest of the week and exam for my least favorite class on Thursday. Yet I am feeling quite exhausted reading. I tried to stoke the embers of my brain with some mindless standing activities – like dealing with laundry and taking out the trash. I’m glad i took the time but dude it did not wake up the brain. So I am now hoping a few minutes blogging will do the trick. If i doesn’t, I will have to take a 15 minute nap. I want to take on my Physics homework before the SeaHawks game. Pretty sure I can review Med Term words during commercials. LOL!!! And I’d be kidding myself to say I won’t be watching..
These are the pictures from my morning study break. Morning inversions seem to stave off sadness, slight despair, and general lethargy. Perhaps that is justification to indulge in what makes me happy. But I think it is more like that it physiologically affects me in a most positive way, thereby making the time spent worthwhile. You can draw your own conclusions. I’m not interested in trying to sway anyone’s point.