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Thanksgiving Yoga

A wonderful yoga session – lots to be thankful for. Bob is making us delicious food. We’re all healthy. We have a warm home. I am blessed. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.

Snow Yoga

Had a lovely yoga session this morning. Gentle snow is falling and the bird feeders are all full for my little feathered friends. Joyful.

Meditation

Heading into my 10pm meditation. So many things to be thankful for. Making good progress on a number of projects. Every little step helps.

Yoga

Yoga was lovely today – I made some headway on cleaning the kitchen / dining area. That’s where I do my yoga. One step at a time!

Meditate

Time for my 10pm meditation. Just woke up from my late-afternoon nap. Making great progress on a number of fronts! Content. #meditate

Meditation

Starting my 10pm meditation. My first 1800s Tennessee novella is going out to beta-readers – I’m looking forward to hearing their thoughts.

Relaxing Yoga

A wonderful, relaxing yoga session this morning. My body feels so good when I do yoga. Especially the spinal twists. I just love those #yoga

Meditation

Preparing for my 10pm meditation So much to be grateful for. Taking care of my health, to eat well, and to write authentic content that inspires.

Morning Yoga

A beautiful morning yoga session with marigolds, rosemary, and a gently growing rose plant. A lovely way to start a day.

Meditation

Heading into 10pm meditation time. Finalizing the first novella in my new 1800s series set in rural Tennessee with a black / Indian female main character. Based on an ancestor of mine. It’s coming out fairly rough, given what I know of her life. Trying to decide if I should tone it down to keep it “clean” or to just alert people in the description that it’s a bit rougher than what I usually write. I want to be authentic to what she went through.