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Friday, February 15, 2013

The Small Things Hop

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Here are a few Small Things that have made my week into a celebration.


I finally held The Crow in Yoga for more than a minute, and I didn't fall on my nose this time.




I wrote two chapters on Dragon Trail, a work that's been in process for far too long.

(I didn't have my camera, but this is darned close to how it looked.)


I woke up early to walk the trail to greet the sunrise. I'm not sure this is a Small Thing. What do you think? Hope you'll visit some of the other writers and read about their Small Things for the week. 



24 comments:

  1. I'm not sure I could even get in that position without hurting myself!

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  2. I'm with Alex. Just getting to that position would be an act of God lol!!

    And speaking of God, that scene, walking in nature...yeah, it's both a small thing and an unbound thing at the same time. I know...makes no sense lol!

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  3. The Crow, eh? I can only do simple stuff, like the downward dog.

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  4. Love catching the sunrise! Good for you on that yoga pose and finishing two chapters on your book!

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  5. Dragon Trail, what is it about? I'm curious now. And that yoga position, I have been wanting to do it for a long time. Not successful yet. Congratulations!

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  6. A walk to greet the sunrise? that IS a nice celebration!

    I'm amazed at you holding that position over a minute, whoa!

    Also, yay on the writing ;)

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  7. @Alex @Angela @Catherine my nose has taken such a beating while trying to master this position.

    @M.J. Thanks. The sunrise is always so full of promise.

    @Al Dragon Trail is a MG adventure with Chinese dragons at the heart. I love Dragons, but you know that already.

    @S.K. Great to have your visit, and I held it exactly one tick of the clock past a minute. Probably won't happen again.



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  8. What a great idea for a blog hop! Being grateful for small things is the key to happiness :)

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  9. Wow! Congrats on holding that position! BRAVO!

    The morning walk sounds delightful!
    ~Jess

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  14. I think I deleted all the duplicates of my comment. I have no idea how that happened! :)

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  15. That's an amazing crow pose you held, and you make it look so easy! Please. :)

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  16. That's a real position - not just Photoshop. Color me impressed.

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  17. Hi Lee .. you Crowed for over a minute - that's very amazing ... well done - cheers Hilary

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  18. C.Lee when I was younger, I believed that a person had to be double-jointed in order to do yoga...
    I don't know when last I greeted a sunrise... *sighs*

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  19. I could not hold that position for a second!! Def. worth celebrating :)

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  20. Wow! That's awesome about the yoga position! That's definitely something to celebrate. :)

    And yay for writing two more chapters in your WIP.

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  21. Wow managing the Crow must have been amazing!

    I really want to pick up yoga again. It can only do me good.

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  22. I am in super awe at your yoga super powers! Wow!! Wow!! Well done you!! Take care
    x

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  23. Yay for the two chapters! Are you sure that Crow-position thing is humanly possible -- it's looks like CG to me! lol

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  24. That looks like a tough position. I did yoga ages ago and couldn't stick with it.

    Happy writing.

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