May 16 and 17, 2020 – Fort Smith, Arkansas
Today’s trail run was a wailing day. Mt. Kessler Trail The first time I ever experienced wailing was in the arms of my good friend Candace, at the funeral for my other friend Jennifer’s 5 year old daughter Elleya. Candace held me in her arms and what came out of my
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Blue Cliff College asked me to come talk to their massage students about Thai Massage a couple of weeks ago, and one of the students there asked me about doing massage at the bedside in nursing. My gut reaction, which I find myself embarrassed by, was not just no, but hell no.
Traveling to Thailand has spoiled me for traveling to other countries. The culture is rich and beautiful. The Buddhist temples are gorgeous and the philosophy is deep. The people are friendly. My dollar stretches much further there. The mountains and beaches are stunning. The prevalence and availability of massage therapy is remarkable
My mom has lived in the same cute little house for about 15 years now. Out her back door there is a cute little patio. She was trying to decide what to do with it and when she started digging she discovered a beautiful stone walkway underneath the dirt. After finding that,
There is a women’s cycling community here in Fayetteville that I have stumbled across while trying to branch out from running so much. I’ve been following @thefinncycle on Instagram and saw that she was with The Bike Route, hosting a beginner’s bike ride on Monday nights at 6pm. I’ve known Finn for
I teach a dance class with my friend Nicole on Fridays at 7:45a.m. at Be One Yoga Studio. We were talking at class last week and we both have kids who experience Vasovagal Syncope. If they go to get a shot or see blood they faint, pass out, vagal down–whatever you want