For Emma’s birthday we celebrated harbor side! Shooting oysters and sushi. NOM! The city lights across the bay made for a gorgeous rooftop view! Mmmmm I love Boston. Happy birthday best friend!!
The more I learn about the body, the more I understand why people are fascinated or obsessed with the idea of creating human robots. We really are so mechanical, sometimes so predictable. Just a collection of moving parts. But that energy we have that separates us from being human and being machine. A “soul” if you will, THAT is why I love what I do. I can teach someone the very basics of how to have a wonderfully fit well oiled machine, but I’m not teaching, or working with, perfection. Nor do I strive for it. There’s a beauty in knowing that you’re simply human, that people make mistakes or that some of us need healing, that we get carried away with our unexplainable energy called emotion and we do things that make us feel broken. To sit with that in myself and to sit with that in others and know that healing and building from that broken place is possible, that’s magic.
Feeling weird and domestic.
Gorgeous monsoon sunsets.
My bearded burly baker boyfriend and I made some homemade gluten free apple crisp!!!
When skateboards attack…..my poor left foot and leg, didn’t see a skateboard on the patio at my job and stepped on it with my hands full of teaching supplies….aye yiyi
you have to keep breaking your heart until it opens
How many panic attacks can I have in a week?