Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.
Scoring in a Lockdown
Roads have been quiet. Silent
night was early. People preferred to stay at home. Snow had accumulated to
levels that made it restrictive to travel. Snow plows were doing their best to
clear but it takes time. This area isn’t ready for such a dumping dynamic.
The sun shone through.
I had to cancel on delivering the
class this morning. My right leg is in too much pain. I attribute it to a
seizing of the leg muscles from the cold. The temples furnace broke down and
the floor tiles have been rather frigid. My guess is that some spasm has hit
Despite the pain we were
determined to get the recording completed of The Saffron Path, for the
audiobook. Through pacing our times smartly in the studio, we were determined
to get 10 chapters done. It was going to be a marathon before popping the cork
of our sparkling apple juice. Vishnu, Mukunda Madhava and Nitai Priya saw to
the incremental watching of the hours passing by. A breakdown occurred when the
Siamese cats had to be fed. One of them is super shy, so it gave us the time to
go out and move the limbs a bit. It became rather liberating when we were able
to amble along in the isles of a No-Frills grocery store.
It sounds rather crazy, but, due
to the weather restrictions, this is my third consecutive day for doing no
trekking whatsoever. It’s a curse. On the other hand, we scored on numbers with
the audiobook. All 50 chapters now done.
May the Source be with you!