Sunday, July 21, 2013

Back to the Yoga

As you can tell, I haven't been in the writing vibe since I moved to SD. I am not quite sure why but it's where I am at. I am honestly thinking that it's probably the subject matter. I will always be a widow at heart (lucky me!) but since moving here it has felt like I have been able to get out of that mindset a bit. People here don't immediately know my story and it's my choice as to when they get to find out. This is typically after a few drinks where I can quickly glide over the topic to avoid the mopey eyed I feel so sorry for you look. It's still a big part of my life but moving to a beautiful new place with new surroundings, I am in a completely different place. So it probably makes sense that I don't feel the urge to write about the same things although I am sure some widow tales will come out from time to time especially on big events such as wedding anniversaries. 

Thinking about going forward with this space, I would really like to focus on why I put this blog together which was to understand yoga better and how it has helped me on this journey. So perhaps not completely leaving the widow perspective but merging it more with the yogic perspective. Hopefully in the future I will be sharing more about my yoga practice with you and of course getting my love for yoga out into the world! So let's do this! With that, I leave you with a yogi funny... this one plagues me... especially during morning meditation. 

namaste

Melissa 

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