This past Saturday I briefly found the old me: A motorcycle rider who is completely happy to explore the beautiful roads of our area alone, since my riding buddy works on Saturday.
I finish packing my BMW 1200GS with just the essentials for a two-night getaway and ride north into darkening skies. A fine drizzle persists as I head up into the mountains, but on this late Saturday afternoon, the sweeping curves of US 129 over Blood Mountain are mine to enjoy, nearly free of traffic. The conditions are perfect for clearing the mind, and totally focusing on the flow of the ride. My destination is a rendezvous with my love, and we arrive within minutes of each other for a quick dinner in Blairsville, Georgia, before heading further north to our stop for the night in Dillsboro, North Carolina.
My day to day routine of late has been a fog. I feel like I have been just dragging through the work day, and my other responsibilities, while simultaneously watching the weeks and months of 2014 fly by.
The Yoga community in Dahlonega is mighty and growing. If you value wellness for your mind, body, and soul, join me in supporting Mindy’s dream for a Yoga Center in Dahlonega!
Dreams, we all have them. Most are wishes upon stars, errant thoughts or sometimes contemplations of “what if” but me, well I tend to just jump right in after them. One of my inner codes is similar to words from a Tom Petty song:
“Yeah runnin’ down a dream
That never would come to me
Workin’ on a mystery, goin’ wherever it leads
Runnin’ down a dream”.
Our lives are full of dreams, passions, desires but my dream for the last year has been largely focused on our Yoga Community. The studio continues to thrive and the Yoga Community of Dahlonega needs more space, therefore I thought that perhaps I could share my dream and overall vision for what I want to create for us here in Dahlonega and beyond.
I want us to have a Yoga Center. A location near the square downtown with ample parking and ample studio…
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Some of you (at least two, ha ha!) may recall a recent post about Holy S#^t moments, and I have been remiss in not sharing the outcome in a timely manner. I got all wrapped up in following my passion, and forgot all about the pain. Hmm, is there a really deep blog post in my future?
I have had a couple of moments that generated this phrase lately. Followed by OUCH, and other, more colorful words that are not appropriate for a prime-time audience.