Hey hey baby cakes!
I hope everyone had a great weekend. We were blessed with another gorgeous one. Saturday was a little dreary, but it had a fall feel to it that made it festive and cozy.
Have you guys heard of Pop Up Parks before? I’m not sure if this is a new thing, but our city held a competition on the square where businesses could create a park, but it could only be the size of a parking space. It was really interesting and fun. There was a coffee shop, a zen garden with a running water fountain, a beach and even a twister game set up. Basically they are trying to get people downtown to enjoy themselves!
Mom and I took Joseph on Saturday
Kinda cool, huh?
We had some of Charlie’s family over for dinner on Sunday and it was such a great night.
Charlie’s cousin was visiting from New York and she had tons of stories that kept us laughing the whole time.
I’m a total jerk and didn’t get any pictures of anyone.. I told you guys I am the worst.
I bought this book Friday, and so far I love it. The author is so funny and endearing. She not only talks about her life experiences, but relates them to her yoga practice in a way that’s not generic or cheesy.
Like Michelle, my strong points are arm balances and inversions, flexibility and backbends are a total weakness, so of course I have been spending most of my yoga time doing backbends and stretching- I hate not being good at something and one of the main lessons I have gotten from my yoga practice is how humbling it can be. I doesn’t matter how blessed you are with natural talent, you aren’t going to be great at it when you first start out- it takes lot’s and lot’s of practice.
So I shall practice.
Have a great Monday, everyone!
Have you guys ever heard of Pop Up Parks?
Any good Yoga books you can recommend?
What are your yoga strengths and weaknesses?