End of organization time...back to work this morning! I'm glad to be going back. From now until baby is going to fly by with book fair, holidays, winding down classes, etc. I saw fall break as my last bit of quiet, alone time for quite awhile...as in maybe forever. Ha!
Taking our time to finish Fleabag and that's about it. Not watching a lot of tv right now.
NPR Politics podcast. They are so funny and their "emergency" episodes to deal with Trump news have been hilarious and very informative.
Corydon is blowing up...in a good way. This weekend Zimmerman Art Glass held a two day octoberfest with live music, food, beer garden, and tons of glass blowing demos. The weather was perfection. We went down on Saturday night and I would have definitely stayed longer if I could have partaken in the beer, but alas...
It was a yoga filled weekend. On Saturday I helped teach an arm balance + inversion playshop for the Inner Spring teacher trainees. They are also finished with their 200hr and are awesome! Can't wait to take some of their classes.
On Sunday, Louisville hosted a Wanderlust 108 festival. If you're into yoga, you've probably heard of Wanderlust festivals and organization. And when it was announced that Louisville was hosting one of their mindfulness triathlons, it was very exciting. I signed up with all the ladies from Inner Spring way back in the spring. It was a beautiful morning and I had a blast with all the NA yoginis. However, I ended up leaving after the yoga portion due to a sudden wave of pregnancy angst/exhaustion, but up until then, enjoyed it. I do bring issue with one of the yoga teachers asking us to thank "all the little people," like "the guy who cleans up this park" during her class. ?!?!?!?! I was kind of shocked...
This baby has come at the perfect time. While I still love doing yoga and teaching yoga, I am growing more frustrated with the greater business of it all: the pants, the artisanal kombucha, contests to win plug-in hybrids, etc, etc. After years of immersing myself in it all here in the Louisville area and down in AVL, I'm ready to take a break...
CONSUME & FIND
While browsing the Fresh Market with Mom last week, I came upon The Cookie Dough Cafe's line of gourmet, edible cookie doughs. OH. MY. GOD.
All good ingredients, eggless, and meant only for eating, not baking. Needless to say, I will NOT be buying another thing of this any time soon since it's only created anxiety over how fast I'm eating it. It's that good.
A new debut novel from South Korean author Krys Lee called How I Became a North Korean. I am forever fascinated by North Korea and this one was okay. Great at first, but lost it near the end.