What is the point?

That subject sounds sort of suicidal, which I assure you that I am not.  I am definitely pro-living for a nice long time.  I want to meet and have a relationship on my grandchildren (who I don’t want to manifest for several years, after my kiddos are prepared to be parents).  Crucial that I treat my corporeal form healthfully if I want to pull this bucket list time 🙂

I guess the REAL question is, Why do I blog?  Mainly it is my way of reaching out to my friends, to do my best to inspire, if you are just chilling for a few minutes.  It is never meant as a show-up.  Asana is one of my strengths and at my age I hope that I illustrate hope as you you grown older.  We are still capable of *so MUCH* if we make the time.  And it is Never to Late to decide you wanna do that guys 🙂

IMG_5535

I hope I can build my site into something more inspiring, more interesting. Only hear from a few people, and you are the ones that keep me doing this 🙂  I love your missives 🙂

But i never have the time to truly invest in making my site AWESOME.  I hope someday that will be the case….

In the interim here are my pixs from yesterday.  How I love my little Basenji sun-spongers.

4 thoughts on “What is the point?

  1. I love reading your blog, and although I may be (okay, I am) biased, it is a nice way for me to read about you, and your endeavors. You are an inspiration. I am sure to many. However, I can only speak for myself, and there is not a day that goes by that I don’t recognize that you are amazing. I have known you a long time, and have seen you press on in the good times and in the bad. If bendyness is not impressive enough, your dedication and perseverance is the icing on the cake. You are an inspiration to me. A hero to me. I am so very proud of you.

  2. “What’s the point?”

    I realize you are just referring to your blog, but the words strike a cord within me because I have reached a “what is the point!” phase in my life at least once (or maybe one big one and lots of little ones).

    I think it is a sign of development, of soul evolution within the human form, in those moments when we stop running in the hamster wheel of our lives and pause to question the bigger picture (and a blog as your voice out into the world is definitely in step with that).

    I like your blog because I can relate to parts (school was such a drag, even as a necessary path!), and I am inspired by other parts (you are my online pretzel-y friend).

    The inspiration is necessary for me because I need to re-write my thoughts about how flexible I can be. Growing up I never made time to stretch so I thought things like “it is physically impossible for me to touch my toes in a stretch,” but when I got older (starting 7 years ago?) I fell in love with how GOOD it feels to stretch and hold it until muscles relax… And then one day I COULD touch my toes.

    I don’t need to be at your level, but I like knowing it is possible. It inspires me to keep up with my yoga practice to see how far I can go. 🙂 ❤

    1. Your comments make me smile 🙂 for so many reasons. I enjoy reading your posts as well, you have great style.
      I am so glad that you can touch your toes now. You’ve no idea how many people can’t – and that must suck if you want to put on socks and/or shoes, right? I love being bendy. I joke that I’d trade it for photographic memory ability, but maybe I actually wouldn’t.
      Thanks for your thoughtful response my friend and fellow occupant of this planet. I send blessings for an excellent 2016!

I'd love to hear what you think :)

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s