Is it Yoga time yet?
Mom calls me her little Yoga Master when I help her with her Yoga Exercises.
First, you must warm up.
Raise your right paw slowly, like you are trying to pick up something.
Hold it…Hold it…Hold it…
Next, you must lie down on your right side with your front legs stretched out over your head and your back legs stretched out as straight as possible.
Slowly raise your left leg and swing it out to your side.
Here I am going into a long stretch. Once I get fully stretched out, I will roll onto my back and wait for Mom to finish whatever it is she is trying to do, and rub my tummy.
Okay, everyone…lay on your left side and raise your right leg and bring your knee to your chest. Stretch those hamstrings gals—tighten those buttocks…come on! you can do it!
What? Yoga Class over so soon?
Until next time. Maybe I’ll see ya around the neighborhood.
I really dropped the ball on this giveaway! I meant to have everything posted on Friday, September 15th.
This giveaway runs September 15-30, 2017.
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Click on the link below to sign up for “Cindy’s Notebook” newsletter and be entered in my giveaway.
I am giving away:
A signed hardback copy of Hometown Appetites. This is a book I co-wrote in 2008. I have a few on my bookshelf at home.
A Flower for My Mother by Clementine Paddleford was written for her mother, Jennie Paddleford. This book is full of short stories about Clementine growing up at Stockdale, Kansas. Stockdale was inundated by the Tuttle Creek Reservoir.
This book will go to a winner directly from Amazon.
I will also be giving away a $20 Amazon gift card.
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With Hurricane Havey causing havoc in Texas and Louisiana, it is once again time to think of your own Preparedness.
Where do you start?
By breaking the plan down into parts each week, it becomes manageable and not overwhelming.
Week 1: Prepare a household inventory.
Week 2: Review your homeowner’s or renter’s insurance policy to see what is covered. If you do not understand your policy, make an appointment to visit with your insurance agent.
Week 3: Build a “Grab-and-Go” kit.
Week 4: Create a communication plan.
To help get you started you can download a pdf of the “Survival Journal” that my husband and I use.
Print off the pages, fill them out and put them into plastic sheets and put into a 3 ring binder and put in your Survival Container or Grab-and-Go Kit.
Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life
In a few weeks we shall be coming to the end of the summer holidays and I thought that as I am also approaching my fourth blogging anniversary, it was time to have a party.
I have already begun to prepare my guest list with those wonderful writers who have supported me throughout those four years. They will be appearing automatically with their details and links over the three days.
However, as with any good party there is also an opportunity to mingle and share contact details with others to promote your blog, books and social media connections.
There will be some music, personal recollections of my special guests and something to eat and drink…virtually of course.
This is a celebration of a community that never fails to warm my heart with its kindness and generosity of spirit. I hope that you will be a part of it..
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