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Saturday, May 26, 2007

happy holiday weekend!

whew, another glorious day. subbed the yoga 3, took a yoga 2, taught a yoga 1, had 2 fab meetings, AND a date with louis' new trainer extraordinaire. turns out that i need the training, not louis. well, i guess we already knew that one.

i've observed an overall sense of chill in myself since i returned. nothing feels terribly urgent (probably explains why i'm so behind with my e-mail), i'm taking moments to breathe and play, eating healthy with a lot less sugar, and enjoying this new state immensely. i'm hoping that it will last as it's only been a week.

beau has spruced up the back patio with monkey grass, impatiens, ivy, and outdoor lighting. i just bought some lovely new aluminum outdoor furniture to add a nice touch. wow, it makes such a difference to have these special details when i look outside. i'm absolutely enamored with the touches of english cottage in an urban setting.

we have 3 spots left in our upcoming new york retreat in 2 weeks. if you're interested, we'd love to have you join us as the group of women coming are dynamic. my retreat assistant, michelle, and i can't wait to be among so many hip tranquil chicks from around the country in one lovely farmhouse!

thanks for your great feedback on the car donation. i've got a new white bike on order (see photo above) and a wicker basket for the front. can't wait for my new set of eco-friendly wheels.

best wishes for a beautiful holiday weekend. i hope you're taking some time for yourself and letting your creativity flourish.

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April said...

you need a bell for the bike. Something super girly and fun. it's been on the list of to-dos to get my bike maintained (it's been sadly neglected). It isn't as snazzy as your bike, but still tons of fun.

Especially with gas prices being the way they are. Texas really needs to step up the mass transit. Austin tries, but it's no where near where it could be.

Isn't it sad that we live in this massive country (great that it is), and our idea of mass transit is a wider highway?

My next car will run on bubbles.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like you are in such a wonderful and blissful state right now! Tips for us on eating more healthy (read: vegetarian) and bringing more peach into our daily lives would be much appreciated!

Looking forward to treating myself with a HTC retreat when I finish with my M.S. degree in a year, so keep having the retreats and looking forward to hearing all about it!

Your blog is the first place I go on the web when I turn on my computer!
Thanks for being you!

Anonymous said...

Hi Kimberly,

Love the podcast!! Is there going to be an episode this week?

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