The all time favorite game that every adult knows to play and that every baby loves. Haris loves this game, she even likes to hold the cover up over her face and hide. It’s quite cute and lots of fun…but actually I learned something.
We went to our first Dodgers’ game!!! Yay! We walked, mainly uphill, for about 30 minutes to the ball field. Not too bad, but add . . .
I felt stumped, hence the late post. I’ve been walking writer’s block since Monday like I own it. There are drafts of different beginnings, but not fully developed, so no point in posting. Sounds like doubt, but trust I’m fighting. It’s 9pm ish, and I’m ready for bed, but my to-do list is looking at me, shaking its head. Ha that rhymed!
“Climbing mount everest is not a straight up the mountain climb.”
– Woman Mountain Climber & Speaker (2011 Chick-Fil-A Leadercast Conference)
I wish I remembered her name. This was news to me. I always thought climbing Mount Everest was up, up, and up. It’s not. It’s up, then down, then up, then down, then further up, and then all the way back down, and continue this pattern until the top…like what?! Why?!
Your body has to get use to the changes and the pressure.
The past couple of weeks have been crazy good for several different reasons. We moved to a new (to us) part of LA. I’ve lived in North Hollywood (NoHo) for the past 5 years. So this new area – means new commutes to everywhere, architecture, vibe of people, grocery, vet, change in landscape too, and lots of hills. Moving to a different area of Los Angeles is like moving to a new city.
Moving has been cleansing, therapeutic, humbling, and tiring! Lol!
We got rid of a lot of stuff, and we’re still giving and throwing things away. Why did I hold onto things that are no longer being used?