I’m a very sound sleeper. I’m that person that can get on an airplane, instantly close her eyes and be drooling on your shoulder by the time we leave the runway. I can shut my eyes after an intense yoga class, open them what feels like minutes later, and be alone in the studio with all the lights off.
In other words, not only do I like my sleep, but I am very good at it.
So I found myself in a strange predicament the other night when I woke up at 3am and was unable to fall back asleep. Continue reading
Yesterday was the kind of the day that makes me remember why I love living in New England. The taste of fall was in the air and it was the perfect hiking weather. While my boyfriend was at work, I picked up his high-energy Weimaraner and took her to meet up with a few friends and their dogs for fun romp out in the country.
The dogs met up for the first time and got along smashingly. They had a grand time running through the fields, fetching sticks, swimming in the water, and wandering around in the woods. By the time I got back in the car I had a tired, happy, and well-behaved dog that I got to share a really wonderful afternoon with. I felt very lucky to have a bond with such a great dog.
It hasn’t always been this way. Continue reading