May 2015

Traveled: To Nashville to escape Derby weekend here. The next weekend we went to Indy for a day to see some Butler friends graduate. Over Memorial Day weekend we went to stay with my in-laws and spend time with family.

Read: Triumph: The Untold Story of Jesse Owens and Hitler’s Olympics, Just Like Us: The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America, Gone Girl

Watched: San Andreas. I’m never going to convince Nick to move to California after that.

Perused: This article about a football player who found the purpose of yoga in his life, and this one where women shared about their decisions to have (or not have) children.

Ran: 107 miles, more than any month in the past year. After putting in a lot of hard work to strengthen muscles, I’m feeling good. Nick and I have increased our long runs each week; this last Saturday we did 12 miles. No races this month, though.

Practiced yoga: Outside at the lululemon sponsored event Na’ma-Stay on 4th Street. It was taught by two local instructors from Louisville Bowspring, an entirely different practice from my own, but fun.

Taught: Four of my usual in-studio classes, one Renew & Release class last minute, and a Friday Flow. I also taught three outreach classes where the kids got to lead poses, participate in a goal setting game, color, and listen to Oh! The Places You’ll Go.

Attended: Creative Mornings again, this time to enjoy doughnuts & coffee while Madison Hamman spoke about technology and how it’s shaping our futures, especially in our jobs.

Volunteered: At the 502 Power Yoga booth at the Buy Local Fair hosted by the Louisville Independent Business Alliance.

Ate: Ice cream almost every weekend. In Nashville we went to the Pied Piper Creamery, in Indy we were nostalgic for Brics, and back home we had Graeter’s Buckeye Blitz twice. I also finally tried Louisville Cream and it is everything it is cracked up to be. Can we agree that nothing tastes as good as ice cream after a hot summer run?

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