We did it buddy, we completed the thirty days of yoga with Adriene’s Home practice. There was a little gift at the end, a quote that embraced the process in its entirety. It reminded me of a nugget of truth that I can carry with me and remind me of the process this pathway has taken me on and where I venture to next. Thank you for being my partner Kimmy. I hope you know how loved you are.
Happy day 29 of home yoga practice. Listen, I had a lovely sleep on this couch and blanket, but I find myself still exhausted so I must go back to dozing. Perhaps you might do the same? Thanks for including me in the practice. I hear you’re, “intoit.” I love you.
Greetings, it is I, Kimmy your couch conscience. Haha, just kidding, but I’m slow paw clapping for you as you complete day 28 for this Home Yoga with Adriene practice.
I knew you could stick with it because you stick like glue when you want to pursue something. I think the word persevere comes to mind. You told me that I helped you learn how to persevere through my traumatic puppy start of life with parvo and a double lung infection, but I’m still here! We can put our minds to it, and continue small steps each day to get to where we are going. I’m here for you mama.
There is something about holiday and post-holdiays that can be all encompassing, eh? I enjoyed the last day of Hannukah as a family. I’m a helpful dog when it comes to opening packages and lending my paw or nose to support my brothers, whichever works best for the occasion.
We worked through Adriene’s flows for the past three days and we’re at the end of this “home” series. Good job continuing mama. I know this time feels like a regular practice now and has become integrated into your morning. I’ll keep an eye out for when we can use some of our yoga practice throughout the day. This will ring especially true for those tougher moments with littles. Look for my helpful nudges or lean in hugs.
I told you it would snow! Those tree squirrels have been warning us all week. They may chastise me, but I listen when they’re talking and gathering around us. The squirrels always seem to have the latest gossip on all subject matter including the weather.
Good job teaching day twenty four of yoga. I appreciate your interest and encourage the movement mama. We worked on Adriene’s home yoga practice with a focus to uplift ourselves today. I like the idea that you chose to rise early enough to practice in the dark before the small humans romp about. As for me, I’m not so keen to stretch this early unless there are snacks involved. I know a good thing when I’m laying on it, and lay on the couch I shall!
Hello 🐾 bff. My sleepy dog, you’re always the coziest one of the bunch! We completed day 23 of our home yoga practice today. We worked on the concept of focus. Gosh, that is an elusive topic at times.
My focus can become erratic as the day continues to flow. That’s why I carve out this time each day. I always feel more grounded through movement, but also importantly I can complete a task just for me from start to finish. I know yoga is nourishing me in more than one way. Thanks for being with me on this journey Kimmy. Love you lots sweet doggy.
Zzz, do you know how cold it is? It was 20 degrees F. and windy as all get out! I woke up many times last night to all of the gusts and puffs out our door.
You worked on yoga even with many wake-up’s because of the windy weather. A round of apawse… I mean applause for your efforts today mama. We always have a better start to our day when we focus our minds to help us feel ready for the adventures to come.
Thanks for the coffee cuddles and extra pets for me. I love those moments together!
Hello! It’s a big day for our family for a few reasons, it’s our Auntie Debbie’s yahrzeit and I sense your sadness, our grandparents anniversary is also today, and we start potty learning with little brother!
Whooee. I appreciated that you took time for you and me too this morning. We worked on meditation and yoga together.
Today’s focus with the “home” series by yoga with Adriene was to boost ourselves. Your core strength and breath seem to drive everything for you mama. Is that what you find to be true as well? I know my breathing has a lot to do with how I feel. For instance on my walk today I was breathing hard when we went up a hill and I usually pant when I do that, but I cooled off quickly because my bare paws were cold on the ground.
I hope you found our cuddle time to be grounding mama. I love you.
Cheers to finding stillness throughout your yoga practice today. I heard you creaking about and then being still early this morning. Why is it so challenging to find stillness in our lives? I know of two busy bees that keep us in motion over here though, perhaps that’s one fundamental reason for us, eh?!
Settling into this season of colder weather does bring it’s own layer of added stillness though. I appreciate winter for that reason. That’s why I tend to gravitate towards snoozing by the heater vent, lounging halfway down the stairwell and lying on any available bed.
There’s a special something to finding a cozy spot that speaks to me in my bones. Speaking of cozy, I shall go find somewhere right now.
Happy Paw-nnukah, whoopsies, I meant to say Chag Sameach, Happy Hannukah mama! I loved our candle lighting the last two nights. I appreciate that I even have a doggy safe menorah. Thanks for including me via my Grandma Sara!
We worked on yoga this morning, 19 days and counting. I love to support you from the sidelines. You do a lot of downward dog stretching. I’m so honored to have provided you with enough modeling that you’re continuing on your own. Mazel tov mama! Keep it up.