Thursday, May 19, 2011


Here is our Ageless Guru in residence, Ageless Aunty, ( 87 years young) just hanging out on a rainy day with her Pal Joey, and a smile.

Aunty practices everything we talk about here. She drinks green tea, she gets her eight hours sleep, she walks, she enjoys her friends, she gets out every day, she dances every chance she gets, and she is always helping someone. Both of us are living out this blog, and feel better for it.

We want to share our zest with you. We love our readers and wanted to take a moment to let you know, that by putting some of the things we talk about here into action, and really doing your best to make every day count in some way, you will feel better. Sometimes I just keep looking up (at the ceiling where I placed a smiley face) grateful that I have a roof over my head! Those of us in a state of gratitude draw good energy to us.
Who cares if it's pouring out. It's alway sunny inside.
Get your glow on.

Here in New England, we have been experiencing a long bout of bad weather. That means it’s been a good time to clean, organize, take up hot yoga, drink more tea, read, and, get a massage. Some friends of mine have simply stayed in and watched TV and listened to music. I had a blissful moment just peeling an orange by the kitchen sink! I could stand. I could smell the orange. I could feel the skin. I could taste it if I wanted to. I could see the rain fall outside my window. I could hear my precious Aunty humming in the background. And, the fact that I was peeling the orange for her made it all the better.

Open up your senses and have a sublime day/moment, no matter what the weather.


MinistryOfScience said...

Another winner! Made my day.

richard said...

You are one in a million, no sorry, zillion. Thanks for your uplifting spirit and "zest" for life. Don't you just love the smell of a fresh peeled orange, wonderful. Better yet, the smell of orange blossoms in the spring, it's aroma is indescribable. Not too long ago, I drove by an orange grove and it's scent still lingers.

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