|Honey by magic|
Label design by Martine Trelaun
And it pretty much describes this day so far: super-great, super-Grace.
Class was awesome this morning. I definitely still felt the effects of the anemia but was nevertheless stronger than I have been. I felt really good about my strap-assisted Natarajasana -- the pose felt more accessible than it ever has before, so now if only I could manage the initial weirdo foot-grab, I think I could take it deeper. [If you don't know this Natarajasana of which I speak and would like to see what I'm working toward, click here for a photo of Laura Christensen rocking the pose poolside in the paradise that is Careyes, Mexico. Make no mistake: I can't rock it that big yet, but I'm determined...]
Another Grace-y aspect of today is that it's 3:30 on a Sunday and I'm awake, not sacked out under a book in bed as I have been for many Sundays in a row. Instead of I am savoring the bounty of our garden and bees in a big way. So far I've made three jars of delicious pesto from the basil we grew, and Joe and I just finished jarring up the honey we harvested yesterday. Three frames of capped honey yielded 200 ounces of honey, TWENTY TWO jars full! And it's absolutely delicious.
|Label design: Martine Trelaun|
Everything is just fine. Better than fine. Everything is just Grace.