Friday, September 06, 2013

The dog days are o-over

Week one with both my Things at high school is coming to a close.
It's been a good start, I think.

This week, as I've done most of this summer I went to water aerobics 3 times and did yoga too.
I've tried two different yoga places and found I vastly prefer one over the other. I tried Tai Chi as well. I only did one class of that and may have to go back when the instructor returns from vacation later this month.
I am typically, far and away, the youngest person in these classes, which is actually a lot of fun. Chatting in the hot tub after water aerobics has laso been a lot of fun. I love Northwest senior citizens. They were all discussing their Kindles, ipads, and Nooks and the best places to find downloads.

That is my pool, well, it is the one I use. 

According to I read over 20 books this summer. Between one thing and another, I'm feeling like it was a good summer! 
I have one more week of the kids going off to school and staying home before I have to start attending orientation meeting, etc. and I plan to live it up!


The Grunt said...

You could have lied to me about the pool being yours and I would have believed you. Ya blew it!

Bijoux said...

Maybe I should try yoga again. I went on and off for a year, but just didn't care for the teacher, setting and all that damn incense.

I'm on goodreads too, but always forget to record all my books.

Logophile said...

Grunt~ I am always, above all things, scrupulously honest. Along with my incredible wealth, international political acumen, movie star good looks, and astounding athletic abilities, among my most well-loved traits... oh wait.

Bijoux~ The teacher makes SO much difference. My gal sells essential oil mixes as well so her place always smells heavenly. No incense~ that might be a deal breaker for me. As for Goodreads, it took me a while to start using it but once I did I found it really helpful for tracking what I've already read (where I am in a series, for example) and as a list of book I want to put on hold at my library. Plus, I love getting book referrals from other reads (like Lime).