Saturday, July 8, 2017

A day filled with beauty and peace

WOW!  What a fantabulous day today!  This morning started early with a 5K, followed by yoga (my first time ever), then finishing with a sound bath meditation.  I am not kidding when I say this...I walked away from this event feeling better than I have in my entire life!  Something really, really, REALLY good is going on inside and I am LOVING it!  

For one thing, I am surrounding myself with happy, positive people who bring out the best in me.  It makes a HUGE difference!  And when I'm at peace, people just gravitate to me.  For the 5K, I was walking with a friend who is as directionally challenged as I am....but we had these two Indian ladies walking with us, total strangers, who kept us on track.  We joked that she was our living, breathing GPS!  We'd get ahead of them, start jibber-jabbering, forget where we were, then when we came to a fork in the path, the lady behind us would yell "RIGHT!" or "LEFT"!  LOL!  Then when we came towards the end she encouraged us to take the long way back to the parking lot to get the yoga mats because then we'd seize every moment that we could!  These ladies were fantastic and I really think I will see them again.  They are in the yellow and gray t-shirts behind the lady w/the sign.  My 80's ladies are the 3 directly behind me. 

Following the event I stopped at the new juice bar in Wake Forest and gave my body some fresh greens!  YUM!

For the afternoon, I took my neighbor out for an adventure and we found the sunflower fields!  WOWSA!  They were absolutely STUNNING!  Taller than last year!  WOW!
 This one is my absolute FAVORITE!  All you can see is my peace sign!  LOL!


And then to wrap up the day, the most majestic butterfly decided to stop by and smell my wildflowers.  It was the most beautiful that I have ever seen.  She had 4 wings and her colors were so vibrant that they made my eyes leak a little.  Nature is so beautiful!  She flew all around me, smelling a lot of the different flowers.  I said to her out loud "you're welcome for the flowers!" :)  It was magic.

The best thing I can do to keep Bertha and all her little wannabees from becoming active again is to keep myself healthy and happy.  Today during the sound bath I imagined my body fighting all the Cancer cells.....and winning....  

Bertha, you are not welcome here anymore.  

Always forward, never back,
CEO of Save My Ass Technologies, Inc.

1 comment:

Cris Alvarez said...

So proud of you Dori! Now that you have walked a 5k we should sign up for a mud run!❤️️ Cris