|all play and no blog this weekend|
Those of you on the Facebook Group (join here now) did get late instructions to connect with nature. What a fine job you did. We had Mount Tabor climbers, photo-documenting the experience. We had bird watchers and swan lovers and compost composers.
Remember, you can do these tasks at any time during the month, and you are eligible for a prize if you finish all by Feb 2, Groundhog's day. The winner receives a random desk drawer dumped into a box, or other assorted treasures, and smug satisfaction, increase in general positive warm feelings towards self and others, shiner hair, etc.
Sunday--seeing that it's over now, you can count as your day of rest. Anyone want to share some good self-care tales from their day? Here's mine: jammies and art and packing up to retreat from out retreat. Long meandering (alternating with terrifying hurtling times) ride down the snow mountain. Singing. My yearly peppermint milkshake. Some kitchen dancing. Connection with competent women.
|Don't just stand there-- be a dear/deer|
Brooke from Ohio offers today's quote:
"Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible". Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama
Today's song from the wonderful project PLAYING FOR CHANGE: