Prop 8 protest

Prop 8 protest
One of my favorite signs seen at a marriage equality protest.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

46 1/2 years

Last night I went to my first ever yoga class. It was amazing and I can't wait to go again.

Towards the end of the 1 1/2 hour class we were finishing up by doing a yoga move/pose where one lays on the back and is completely still, palms up. The instructor went over a list of body parts that would begin melting into the floor. My closed eyes were rolling as I thought "can we just finish up please".

He continued. And before you knew it I totally felt that I was melting into the floor. As I embraced this I realized that yesterday was the half-way point from 46 to 47 years old.

Already.

That six months went by fast.

Yet what a year it has already been. I am in love with my husband, I have the best job in the world, my family and friends are so amazingly supportive, Mike and I love our home filled with furries, and each day I wake up wondering what I can do that day to make the world a better place for all living beings.

Whew, what a list. Gratitude is an understatement.

2012 is the first year I started out as a blogger. I love this blog and all of the wonderful people who I have connected with because of it. I love that through The Gay Vegans I am able to help build bridges and engage in conversation around things that are important to me like animal rights, human rights, marriage equality, bigotry, compassion, and simply being gay and vegan in the burbs.

Thanks to all of you who support this blog!

And as always, thanks for reading. I promise to have a more engaging blog post next time; I just had to share this!

3 comments:

  1. Excellent! Enviable life. I'll get there! :-)

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  2. Gratitude is contagious; thanks for giving me the opportunity to go over everything I'm grateful for today, too. It's a beautiful exercise.

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  3. What a great post and a wonderful reminder to me that live really is good. Not everyone is living lives of “quiet discontent” and that makes it all worth taking the next step forward to what I believe my life can be. Thank you.

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