I was just walking down the hall at work, and an urge to do triangle struck me. It almost felt like my hip sockets were itchy.
So I took a detour to the ladies' room, where the extra-large disabled stall awaited. No one was in there, so I proceeded to bust out some half-moon ("rightandleftandrightandleft, 10, 15 times," echoing in my brain). Then I angled, awkwardly, diagonally across the stall for a little workplace trikonasana. It felt good to get into my hips! Couldn't get them down as far as I wanted to, to really get into those sockets, but it was better than nothing! Definitely the strangest place I've ever "practiced."
So readers, I want to know: What is the most unusual place you've ever struck a pose?
I found this funny book at the library last week:
This picture, on the back, made me wonder if these ladies know the awesomeness that is the second part of awkward pose?
It's gorgeously clear and cold out now, but we're expecting up to a foot of snow through Thursday morning... It's not much compared to my southerly neighbors, and I lived in Utah for eight years, so I know a good storm, but man... I guess you can take the girl out of San Diego, but you can't take San Diego out of the girl. It would be awful nice to stay home tomorrow, curling up with a good book, the dog, and some tea in front of my fireplace while it dumps snow outside. I don't mind snow, as long as I don't have to do anything in it.
I hope everyone is having a beautiful day!