Thursday, 30 November 2017

Together again

Christmas came early to our household with the unexpected arrival of Murphy and his Mum, Lianne.

 It was a wonderful surprise and I was/am delighted with how I wasn't really involved in the planning. Just a recipient of other people's plans creating something wonderful and allowing me to be part of it.

 "Going with the flow" is the new addition to "Life's a journey - enjoy", intentional lifestyle. I will keep you posted as to how I get on with it as I embrace "flow" and all the surprises that will be round the corner...

Making sweet music together again
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Friday, 3 November 2017

More delight!

Two blogs in the one week. Must be a record...

Last weekend I had a fabulous weekend, sharing time with my friend Liz.

We took the train to London on Thursday, attended a Michael Neill workshop on the Friday, visited the British Museum on Saturday and in the evening went to the theatre to see Dream Girls, before returning home on Sunday.

Wow! you must think. Especially when you see the wonderful museum roof, that encourages you to look upwards.

Onwards and upwards is such an inspirational saying and we took it to heart as we visited some of the fabulous artifacts showcased in many of the halls. We spent 4 delightful hours wandering round the museum and returning is a must, especially as this time we really only focused on the Egyptians ...
so much history, so little time!

Museaum's  glass dome roof
Now, what I haven't mentioned is that I injured my knee before travelling south. Yes I know what am I doing to myself? Well I have to say... I don't really know, except, the knee has been unstable for a few years so perhaps it is time to improve its stability! D'ya think!

Walking, limping and then finally hobbling required me to dig deep into my courage box. I had my friends... Rescue Remedy, Arnica, Heat lotion and MSM... my aloe and my argi+, not forgetting the many physio tricks to keep the knee moving. However the biggest inspiration was my friendly lion, Murphy.

Yes another chance to share a Murphy photo. I just have to look at him and I immediately feel better... who wouldn't. Such a delight...

Roar!
p.s. once home I moved from two elbow crutches, to one and am now using a stick. I can't begin to tell you how delightful that is...