Fitness for all ages and stages from a girl who's made all the mistakes and talks about them here. Lots of oversharing, which hopefully leads to lots of encouragement and heart connection.
That song lyric, it sounds vagulely like a line from Paul Wellers song Changing Man, off his 1995 album Stanley Road."The more I learn, the more I know, the more I know, the less I understand".I'm assuming he is pretty well known in the states, possibly less so for his earlier stuff in bands like The Jam and the Style Council, but I would assume nowadays as an accomplished solo artist.I hope you continue to find the understanding from your training you seek. You certainly could be called a devotee of certain things, but that's definitely a good thing.Hope you're having a great day. Take care and best wishes.:-) :-).Matt
I enjoyed that song. Are the tears because your a mom and it hit a nerve?? Maybe it has something to do with you and your mom?? Maybe you just needed to let it out and cry, and the music let you do that? Just some thoughts ;)Have a wonderful day, Leslie!!
Neat videos for sure... :) nice about meeting your "kettle Bell hero"
That was a very nice song. Thanks for sharing with your readers.Massage Chair
I don't know about the juggling. That song The long and Winding Road was huge in my life when I was a kid. This will show my age, but Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was my first record purchase. (The Bee gees version) I used to listen to that song over and over.Thank you for visiting my blog Leslie and you'll have to announce when Their having a good class at Whole Foods. Thank you for the compliment!
man thats beautiful!( the juggling) great song but the way he 'plays'it with the juggling is shear genious!
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