Yessiree Bob, I tweaked my neck.
No idea how.
I wasn’t twerking.
Just living life.
I am so grateful for this time of tweaking.
Time to slow down.
Time to look at the clear blue skies.
An opportunity to be grateful.
No matter the circumstances.
I have work where I choose my daily rhythm.
I can put my health first.
I can lie flat on my back if I need to.
No day shall pass where I will not spend time in gratitude.
Even with a pain in my neck!
Look at this view:
Even in the midst of physical and emotional pain, we can find gratitude.
We just need to choose to look.
(From whatever position we may be in!)
We are living our dreams right now.
Our why is clear.
Our how and what is not.
We love it!
For almost twenty years, Sexy Neck and I have dreamed about Rachelle Van Zanten playing live in our home or yard. Last night it happened! We had heard she was playing at a festival a few hours away and we asked, yup, just asked, if it was possible for her to play poolside in our yard. Thirty of our greatest new and old friends, came to enjoy this over two hour private show with one of Canada’s best slide guitar players, either female or male.
National Geographic Explorer in Residence, Wade Davis, has said, “Rachelle Van Zanten is our voice, the muse of the north, a woman as strong and beautiful as the mountains, as fluid as the sea. She writes songs to inspire the wind, give voice to thunder and fire the hearts of all sentient beings fighting to protect the land she loves so dearly.”
What an incredible memory it now is.
Gobsmacked with joy!
What an incredible night!