Monthly Archives: March 2011

Surviving Adolescence Part 2 – team sports

Those who know me as a yoga teacher and general woo-woo softie may be surprised to learn I played Junior Varsity Lacrosse in high school. I don’t mean to say “Junior Varsity” like that implies some sort of merit. I … Continue reading

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Surviving Adolescence Part 1: the ballet years

  My years as a serious ballet student left me with a love for classical music, a decent sense of rhythm, and a diligent work ethic. They also gave me a poisonous self loathing I’ve been working to shed my … Continue reading

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There is, in fact, a freeway running through the yard

  Let me tell you about the freeway that runs right by our house. We are two houses down from the retaining wall that holds back the roar of the 99 (just barely). The new windows we put in block … Continue reading

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