Here we are! Good lord I took Body Pump followed by Yoga tonight and Mr. F has cashed-in his chips for the night. It is so nice to be able to take a few classes these past couple weeks and see what else is going on in the world of group fitness. Body Pump is all about weights and lifting them and looking cool. Form is essential and it burned! I wore my Ghostbusters shirt so I looked pretty stylin’. I have a big Pilates class in the morning to teach and am worried if I will be able to walk…or at least saunter. The yoga class after was great because we did some deep, long stretched to flush out the muscles. I shall sleep like a baby in my new bed this evening.
Where is Morgan Turner?
I taught my final Pilates/Yoga class at the Celebration School today as they are almost out for the summer. This is my second year teaching at this school and we have such a loyal group that participate. I teach the teachers. They need the stretching, toning and relaxing after working with kids all day and I am glad to help them as much as I can. We clear away the desks and create an amazing experience every time. We are all truly blessed.
Can’t stop watching MST3K. Do you know what that is? It is a television show from the 90’s that only becomes more brilliant and life affirming with time. Boggy Creek is on in my living room as I type this stunning blog. John Denver is singing in the background and I want to cry because I wish I had seen him in concert. Thank God for recordings. I miss him everyday.
Song of the Day: Spirit by John Denver
I kind of telegraphed that. It is on right now and full of passion and vitality. We should all be so lucky. I never grow tired of John’s songs. They have more flavor with each listen. A fine wine. He will always hold a special place in my heart.
I go home next week! First stop: June Dairy Days for hot dogs, brats and ice cream. Then I will streak through the softball field three times. I wait till the 8Th inning when everyone is pretty toasted…
“Trainer to Thousands!”
To live with grace, to ride the swell
To yet be strong of will
To love the wind, to learn its song
And empty space to fill
~Spirit by John Denver