Welcoming a Happy New Year

My 2020 ended with my cute family.

I had planned a workout on the way home from work, and walked in to find they were closing the same time as the clinic. So I drove home and took my son and our dog for a walk in the cold air. We walked as long as I could tolerate the cold.

Then once home I did yoga while Ian played electronic games and Katherine played with playdough. At one point they both joined me to try to copy some of the yoga poses I was doing. I like being a good influence.

Then we had a vegetarian version of my mom’s new years’ dinner- black eyed peas with mustard greens (no ham hock for us). And Nathan made a pan bread that was completely corn free for me and nearly perfect AIP. It was quite tasty.

We played Wii, especially doing some of the Wii Fit, and watched the times square ball drop via live stream. That was a little disappointing as it didn’t seem nearly as exciting. I’m not sure if it was because of the live stream or the lack of crowd filler, but the music seemed really sparse this year.

Otherwise, our evening was quiet but enjoyable.

I write my last words of 2020 from my bed with our dog Zen snuggled up next to me.

May you have a quiet and peaceful close to 2020 and prospects for a much brighter and more enjoyable 2021. May you find joy and happiness right where you are. May you feel safe, secure, healthy and prosperous this day and every day forward. May you know God loves and supports you.

Om Shanti

About Treasa Cailleach

I'm a massage therapist working with chiropractic and the elderly; musician, artist, pagan, mom, B of LGBTQ, & polyamorous professional.

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