Three Weird Things I Am Into Today

Sometimes I’m into some weird-ass stuff. It helps me to find some like-minded folks who appreciate the weird and wonderful in life, so I am sharing with you. And, in spending many of my days in solitude, putting my weirdness out there is more than a bit helpful. You are not alone if you also appreciate the weird, so here we go.:

Non-Gagging Protein Drink:
Glass
Unfortunately, I have had more than my share of gag-inducing protein drinks. I try to keep a mix on hand at all times, but on only a few occasions have I found one that my stomach can  handle and my palate, too. This came researched and recommended by my physical fitness instructor, husband, so I had to try it. VPro is hypoallergenic, vegan, soy-free, gluten-free and dairy-free. It’s a fantastic high-protein tool to have in your pocket during a busy day.

Fave Way to Waste 5 Minutes:
Sweater
It’s not really wasting time, as it’s productive, but it’s taking me a very long time to get it right. We have a new grand-baby coming in autumn, so Gaga (I) decided to crochet a vintage sweater for her. It’s made with a very small hook and is a bit complex, so I might have it done in time for her to actually fit in it. I hope.

Woo-Woo Class of the Day:
Meditation
Always looking to expand the mind. This month’s weird class is a Moving Meditation Certification class. It occurred to me, as I was quietly counting and working on the above sweater in silence, how meditative it is. And that made me think, what other things do I do that feel meditative while moving? Taking photographs, walking, yoga and yes, crochet/knitting all feel meditative to me when I am doing them. I wanted to find a way to make my practice even more mindful and that’s why I decided to take this course. I am thinking that there are others like me, so come on over and join me in a moving meditation practice.

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2 comments on “Three Weird Things I Am Into Today”

  1. Linda Cassidy Lewis Reply

    That’s beautiful crochet work. And a lovely way to meditate.

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