If you can't run naked in the snow, then you're seriously missing out on one of life's greatest sensations and experiences. I'm serious. Sometimes giving up, or surrendering, or choosing a seemingly dangerous and unwise course of action, leads to bountiful experiences, filled with gifts of knowledge and wisdom, gifts you wouldn't have gained by choosing the safe and predictable path. My best advice- follow your heart, not your head. Sometimes choosing the path that doesn't make perfect sense, that you can't predict an end to, that scares the stuffin out of you, and yet somehow- it FEELS right, takes you higher and father in lessons and blessings of life than you ever could've rationally imagined. A little intution and faith go a long long way.Guess who?
I never said I followed that advice- IT was jsyut strang enough to post
Do you mean I'm not the only one who's done the snow thing? Ah! Thanks for reminding me of good memories.
Coming naked out of a sweatwith skin steaming & radiating& falling into a snowbankAhhhhhhhhhh.........
You seem to have high class clientel reading your blog.
If I remember correctly, you called your self a demi-snow goddess once? Where did your power go?
I think the demi snow god part of me dried up when I was cleaning churches for a living. The less it snowed the less we had to mop. :)
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