Thursday, 2 January 2014

Small steps in the snow



Learning to relax.
Taking small steps in the snow.
Seeking a teacher.






Taking a journey with Aelph and my friends at Carpe diem.
http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.ch/2014/01/carpe-diem-364-yaroslavsky-terminal.html

The journey reflects a resolution to a change in attitude this year and so fits with the Imaginary garden with real toads prompt of resolution
http://withrealtoads.blogspot.ca/2014/01/kerry-says-lets-make-few-resolutions.html

28 comments:

  1. I think it does... and learning to ski is such an interesting journey.

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    1. Well Björn, that's the goal for this quarter. I'm a fairweather downhill skier, but live 5 minutes from cross country pistes so why not give it a go.

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  2. no need for teacher
    just keep head above your feet
    feet above the snow

    Cheers!
    JzB

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    1. Love it but how do you stop and corner? I'm used to carving skis.

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    1. Aiming for total zen, eventually.
      Ciao
      Pea

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    1. Thanks very much, appreciate your comments.
      Pea

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  5. I wish I had the patience for small steps... hence the bruised ego the last time I attempted to ski... Happy New Year... :)

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    1. I'm very low on patience, that going to be part of the journey.
      Take care
      Pea

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  6. Yes, wisdom pursued peacefully...much to be said for this. Thank you.

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    1. Hannah, I'm too old to try and achieve things in anything but a peaceful way.
      Watch this space, it's not going too well so far.
      Pea

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    1. Small slippery ones, Margaret.
      Ciao
      Pea

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  8. My teacher said 'avoid the snow!'

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    1. Wise words indeed. Not too fond of it myself, but find myself surrounded.
      Ciao
      Pea

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  9. small steps...in some ways that could BE the teacher...taking small steps for the student to follow...

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    1. Gosh, I hadn't thought of that. Thanks.
      Ciao
      Pea

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  10. Those small steps lead to great things.

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  11. Small steps, surely we will there ~ Thanks for the reminder ~

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    1. Grace, small steps should be doable, shouldn't they?

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  12. Taking small steps in a lot of cases will have us reach our destination much quicker and with a definite purpose...a fantastic way to begin the new year.

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    1. Susie, I think you are right.
      Take care.
      Pea

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  13. This says a lot in a few lines. Seeking a teacher, or mentor to guide the steps is a very positive resolution.

    Good luck for 2014.

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    1. Kerry thanks for the visit. Determined to be more positive this year.

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