I was at a conference this past weekend that I knew would hold wonderful gold for me. In the hotel parking lot, I felt the promise of this gold growing. As I walked through the lobby, I felt a calm warmth move down my spine. Then as I checked in at the conference and wandered around the space, all I could do was smile. And smile. And smile. Why?
I was standing in my closet earlier this week, staring at a long line of nicely hanging clothes in all types of colors, textiles and lengths. I'm accustomed to grabbing a small rotating selection of items that I wear regularly, but this morning I felt the need to branch out and reach for something I hadn't worn in awhile.
I rifled through the shirts, sweaters and cardigans only to discover something unexpected: Most of these clothes are no longer Me anymore.
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I was beginning a new fitness pledge as the beautiful days of summer finally arrived in Seattle: longer daily walks, more running, and regular bike rides on a neighborhood trail. Each day I had something planned with an excited commitment to the fresh air and Vitamin D.
Then I had a bad bike accident.