1. Have been enjoying your trip to Mazatlan via your pics on Instagram. Looks like you have had a wonderful time. What memories you have created for the littles (and bigs) in your life.

    Ugh, I really, really do not want to switch to Gutenberg. Let us know what you think of MaAnna’s training/orientation to it and maybe I will rethink things. I don’t get the whole ‘block’ business.

    Yay for beginning the training for your 10K, and early at that. I am toying with the idea of trying a triathlon. Not too sure why I think I could even do one! Ha! Might wake up tomorrow and realize I can’t. But for today, I am looking into it.

    So glad to have you joining up for the bucket list series again. Anxious to see photos from Hawkes Landing this season.

    • We did have such a wonderful time, Leslie. I feel so blessed to have my children and grandchildren close–both emotionally and geographically.

      I understand your hesitation about Gutenberg. I’d be just as happy to continue on as I have been, but I’m afraid that won’t be an option forever, so I thought I better start learning it. I’ll keep you posted on the course.

      I believe with proper preparation you can do a triathlon. For me it helps to not look too far down the line, but get a good training program and focus on the day’s training schedule. When I was training for a marathon, I panicked when five miles felt difficult, and I started thinking I’ll never be able to do 26.2 miles! Then I reeled it in and just took it one step at a time, and guess what? I could do 26.2 miles. Good luck to you. I’ll be cheering you on!

    • Thank you Jill. I took my key values and planned a couple of activities for each. That helps me ensure that I am spending at least some of my time doing things that support what I value. Happy summer!

  2. Hi, Christie! I am most intrigued by your BlogAid courses. I really feel so out of the loop when it comes to this blogging thing, and I keep thinking I need to do something more to educate myself better. Your Mazatlan trip sounds like it was really wonderful!

  3. Congratulations on getting so much of Spring done! Can you put me in your suitcase for Mazatlan? I can get pretty small… I’m with you about breakfast outside. It’s the only time of day that is bearable here, and I love that time in the quiet(ish) outdoors to center my day and keep my grounded!

    • Sorry, Liz, the Mazatlan vacation has come and gone. It was lovely though! It’s been relatively cool here (for early summer), but it’s starting to warm up now. I do love the freshness of morning.

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