Object of my Desire by swo8 Blues Jazz

Well I doubt this is going to work so I just picked this song because it was there on Youtube. Seems like they don’t want us to share on Youtube at the moment so if this doesn’t work I’ll show you what’s up in the garden. I guess they’re having a problem.

Nope, it isn’t working so have a gander at the daffodils and crocuses. Now those flowers can be the object of my desire.

Makria Lindos by swo8 Blues Jazz from the album Efharisto in iTunes

I’m in a teleporting mood, perhaps it is “cabin fever. I’m dreaming of sauntering down the old town in Rhodos and hoping on a bus to Lindos. It was a beautiful day. It’s always a beautiful day in Greece. After about a half hour we arrived and spent the afternoon in this lovely town. On our return, while waiting for the bus, an older gentleman (complete with Fisherman’s hat) approached us. He asked us where we were from – in Greek. We said we were from Canada. He looked into the distance and said “makria” (meaning “far”). 3:33 min.

Sorry can’t get the link, you’ll have to Google it…I tried again and still get the link. Youtube must be overwhelmed….

You can access this by : https//youtu.be/u1Aj8pAoRRk

The Reader by L. Martel

This is a 12″ x 16″ oil on canvas I started a few weeks ago. I closed the eyes more to focus on the book, worked on the flesh tones and deepened the back ground. I took some of the lower rocking structure from the left side of the chair because it didn’t look right. I find sometimes one can see errors in the technical aspects from a photo. The eye is continually accommodating. The photo reveals that. So the painting at the top is the most recent.

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Restorative Yoga For Overworked, Exhausted, Stressed Out People

Thank you Mountain Energy Yoga this just what we need to bring serenity back to a chaotic world.
Leslie

Mountain Energy

Before the restorative sequence, practice progressive muscle relaxation.

Choose a quiet time of day. Lie down on a mat – wearing comfortable, warm clothing – support head with a folded blanket – breathe slowly focusing on your exhale.

Tense the muscles in your feet, shins and calves

Then release these muscles

Tense the muscles in your thighs and buttocks

Then release these muscles

Breathe in deeply and fill your chest and belly to the max that you can

Hold breath briefly

Then exhale fully and feel relaxation

Lift your shoulders up to your ears and tense the muscles in your shoulders

Then release these muscles

Repeat three times in the shoulder area – tensing and releasing

Press the back of your head into the blanket supporting it tensing the neck muscles

Then release these muscles

Gently rock your head from side to side

Yawn

Frown

Smile

Raise your eyebrows

Tense…

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