Katja is up and spend time on the terrace reading, watching the sun rise and getting ready for class.
They will do native American chants this morning. Right. Not my cup of tea, but then again, I’m not the one doing the class.
I watch three of the videos I downloaded the other day. Windows 10 really looks interesting and I’ll upgrade while here on Bali, I guess. Being free for the first year for anyone, having a legal license or whatever Windows currently running, it’s a good deal. I watch videos on how to deploy to businesses as well as the changes in the interface.
I had planned to do a yin yoga class today, and honestly thought it started at one. It didn’t, it started at eleven. Ok, it’s a bit late to find that out tree past eleven. I scan the schedule and aim for the Iyengar class at three. I don’t know much about it, but it’s supposedly good for posture. Our friends Regi, that we meet in Bali on our first round here, say it’s good.
I get to listen a lot to my audio books and are almost through the fifth book about Harry Bosch. Each book is between 12 and 13 hours in length. It has a lot of similarities with the Norwegian writer Jo Nesbø’s Harry Hole. Just sayin’.
The Iyengar was not a what I expected, nor hoped for. If it’s me, the teacher or the system doesn’t really matter right now. I’ll keep to stretching classes and vinyasa flow.
Katja came home a little over six and claimed Pizza for dinner. Who am I to object? We go down to Mama Mia and have at it. We’re just in time before the big rush. As we leave there’s a long line outside waiting to get seated. We don’t linger, but get up and move back to the room. Guess what? Katja dives into the books again and do more homework. She keep it up for a couple of hours before turning out the light and going to sleep. This course it’s not for lazy people.
“In school, you’re taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson.”
– Tom Bodett