Six word Saturday

Join me for soothing t’ai chi?

This is the setting for my Saturday morning t’ai chi, but before we start I’d like to say an enormous thank you to all of you who commented on my previous post.  It’s not the first time that I’ve experienced the warmth of this community, but it was a powerful reminder of how lovely you all are, and I’m very grateful.  And feeling fine!  🙂

Meanwhile, Becky is feeling Spiky this month.  Don’t forget to join in, and remember, it’s a Square challenge. (but you can stretch it a bit…  🙂  )  I thought I’d join in with some very gentle spikes.  The butterfly had very ragged, spiky wings but they’re fluttering so happily that I’m afraid you can’t tell.  The flowers are definitely spiky though.  And beautiful, too.

Apologies to Debbie for exceeding my Six again.  She’s at fabulous Venice Carnival.  Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!

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62 comments

  1. Now there’s a lovely spot for t’ai chi–or just standing still and breathing. 🙂 I feel invigorated just looking at the photos, Jo. 🙂

  2. Every photo is wonderful Jo, looks like you’re on one big fancy holiday to me! Glad you’re feeling hunky dory now.

  3. I took some tai chi lessons on a sand beach while on vacation. I found balancing slowly on thick sand extremely challenging. I’d like to try it on a smoother surface sometime, because I love the peaceful presence it leaves inside me.

    1. Yes, sand’s tricky, as is rough ground. It is a lovely experience though. The park has gravel surface so not ideal, but lovely to be outdoors. 🙂 🙂

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