I discovered a new mystery series, The Coroner's Lunch, while visiting a favorite quilting blog, A Block a Day. The setting is Laos in 1975 and the main character, Dr. Siri Paiboun, a seventy-something who has been conscripted to be the chief medical examiner, must wade through political implications and some supernatural elements to find justice and to survive. I've added it to my wish list, thanks to Lily's recommendation.
Went to my third Kundalini Yoga class from 4:30-6:00, then a Hatha class from 6:00-7:30. Both were good, but I love the Kundalini. So different, so deeply relaxing, and then there is the gong during final relaxation. Addictive. Yes. The vibrations just travel through your body.
Bought two more yoga books and a great CD after class, then came back to the room to eat the tabouli I made this morning and left to refrigerate for about 10 hours. Mmmmm.
I've enjoyed this weekend. Yesterday, I had to wash clothes and do some grocery shopping, but there was time to play on the computer, to read, answer emails, talk to family and friends on the phone, and to practice on my own. Today, more of the same. Tomorrow, free time will be less available.
Listening to my new CD, Deva Premal's Essence...