Friday, November 09, 2007

Sally from RevGals asks us to look for " the possibility of finding little gaps in the day or the week to spend in extravagant unbusyness ( a wonderful phrase coined by a fellow revgal)"...
I was not going to play today, (see previous post) but this was too delicious to resist, so I found a little gap and here we go:

Given those little gaps, 5 things you would do to;
1.to care for your body: massages, facials, pedicures, eat more healthily, walk daily with Maggie
2. to care for your spirit: more quiet, more yoga, more Tai Chi, more Yurt, more prayer
3. to care for your mind: travel, reading, a class as a student not teacher, good conversation, silence
4. to bring a sparkle to your eye: remember I'm loved endlessly by God and a few humans, too! Spend more time with Dear One, be in nature, spend time with Maggie and the kitties, hang out with kids
5. to place a spring in your step: eat well, sleep more, exercise, plan my trip to Ireland (with a possible RGMU), go shopping!
Enjoy the time to indulge and dream.... and then for a bonus which one on the list are you determined to put into action? Daily walk with Maggie....it has slipped and we both miss it!

11 comments:

"PS" (a.k.a. purple) said...

More Yurt and a trip to Ireland, what great ways to feed the soul.

Sally said...

if you take that rip to Ireland- be sure to come visit me in the UK, it is not many more miles! Thanks for playing!

LutheranChik said...

Great play! Friends of mine who have been to Ireland just loved it.

revhipchick said...

wonderful play!

Rochelle said...

a pedicure sounds great. Is Maggie a dog? I have a Border Collie and playing frisbee with him is pretty fun. It's nice now too with fall and the leaves everywhere--he and my munchkin daughter love to play in them. Maybe we should all play in a big pile of leaves =)

Teri said...

good play!

Wyldth1ng said...

Your number one sounds good, never had a facial, though. Actually, I am quie scared to get one. Everything else sounds good though.

Katherine E. said...

Oh, Ireland, Ireland. What a beautiful, mystical place. Thanks for reminding me of it, Kate.

Jan said...

I liked more yurt and more tai chi. The only time I've ever done tai chi was when I was in Zambia, and Sr. Dina led me each morning in it. Wish I'd find a place to do it again, but I need leadership.

Mother Laura said...

Another Friday 25! Awesome.

Do we have an Irish RevGal? I only know the British ones, and Lorna in Finland.

Diane said...

I love the "taking a class as a student, not a teacher". yeah.