Tag Archive for 'adaptation'

Taking To the Trees

I’ve mentioned a few times that I am reluctant to bid summer farewell. I love the heat, I love the freedom, I love the long days. But, as it does every year, fall arrives and when it does I am reminded that Atlanta is at her finest in autumn. We got a little taste of […]

I wrote a post for you guys last night. It was good, but then I started to think too much about it and decided it was bad. Or, not bad, but not ready. So I held off and, instead, you get this mishmash of thoughts. None is sufficient to develop into a full post, at […]

My five-year-old daughter is taking dance this year. She takes thirty minutes of ballet and thirty minutes of “theater jazz” one day a week. She’s in class with four of her besties, and she is as happy as a clam about it all.  As for me, I am glad that while she takes a full hour […]

Should You Be Running?

I ran a 5K on Saturday.  As I am wont to do when in the company of a lot of people using their bodies (or, truth be told, anywhere people are standing, sitting, or moving in the slightest) I studied people’s bodies. (No, not like that.) I watched how their bodies were working. Before I […]