Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis
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Biorhythms

Back in the 60's when hippies were new and New Age was honesttogod New, we discovered biorhythms. And like so many things in those days, we did not so much embrace it as meld with it.

I often wonder what it must have been like to have been a full blown adult in the 60's. They must have had massive neck problems from just shaking their heads at what was happening.

Anyway, Through biorhythms, we learned that some days are good and some days are not in physical as well as mental ways. I've been thinking about that a good bit recently. Every day, at least twice and sometimes more often, I climb a set of stairs. I climb up 6 (short) flights when I get to the gym and one medium flight when I leave my car in the garage.

Some days, those stairs just feel impossible to climb and some days I bounce up like a jack rabbit. I cannot otherwise account for the differences. At all. Today I made the trek across two parking lots, up an elevator, across a sky bridge and then continued on for a block and a half to get to Uwajimaya. Often - particularly in the sun like today - this feels like a slog. I have the poke bowl as my goal but sometimes that's not even enough.

Today, however, just the opposite. I hardly noticed the sun. I had a lovely, easy walk that hardly seemed like an effort. No reason. I just did. Biorhythms.

I finished my latest top - the one of out the expensive fabric and it's wonderful. Soooo soft. And I put in pockets. The pockets were tricky to figure out because I had already cut out the pieces and hadn't planned BUT, I put the shirt on the dress form and fiddled and fiddled until I got it. I love that dress form.

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I got a response from LA Fitness saying they would pass my complaints onto the district manager which is the boiler plate response. I did go look at Yelp reviews this morning for both Ballard and West Seattle. The past 6 months of West Seattle reviews can be summed up with 'ewwww nasty with hateful staff'. However, the past 6 months of Ballard reviews aren't even that much better. Less on the nasty but more on the hateful. Interesting.

I hope the new gym opens sooner than later. I don't know if it's going to be in the hotel or in the office building just behind it. The hotel rooms already look fully furnished through the windows. Maybe they are getting close? I hope?
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