It was kind of cold the first day, but yesterday was nice and warm, and today was positively baking. We only kept the ski stuff on because we spent a lot of time high up on the mountain (12,000 feet above sea level), where the winds are higher, and although the sun is strong, it doesn’t feel warm enough to go without a jacket. Down lower on the mountain, people were shedding their jackets.
Tomorrow is supposed to be more of the same. There might be snow after that. So, it’s a win/win.
Practiced Half Primary two days ago, and yesterday I did Second Series up to Ustrasana and about five UD’s. I have to say that I am a bit stiff out here. It might be because I am skiing harder than I have ever skiied before, really really going all out on the bump runs, and taking few breaks from the bump runs. I suppose that when I get back, the stiffness will subside. It’s not like I can’t get into poses. It’s just that it feels like work to do so. It’s not like buttah. It’s the opposite of buttah. But ‘sokay. As long as I get to the mat, right?
Not that anyone’s going to answer me. Apparently, after that whole thing where a certain Northwestern Rodent and I ceased to be friends, I have become persona non-gratis around these parts, removed from link lists and all that. A lot of power that fluffy-tailed, acorn-eating rodent has, it seems. But what can ya do? I’ve never blogged for popularity. I blog because if I didn’t, I would have no creative outlet at all. Writing in my journal just isn’t the same. And I never go back and read it, whereas with the blog, it’s always there and easily accessible. Even if at times it makes me cringe.
Maybe I’ll make some new friends out in the blog world one day.