A dozen ways to celebrate Earth Day, family fishing, Hudson Valley Comic Con and more.
“Dear Erica,” you write. “You seem to be doing so much, and really really really living life to the fullest. How do you feel most of the time? What is the sick/okay/good ratio? How much of your time is spent tending to the cancer versus being able to carry on with life?”
Stargazing at Mohonk Preserve, Vernal Pool Exploration at Minnewaska, Sparrow’s Nest Spring Fling and more.
“You could increase your weights, you know,” Gayle the trainer points out. I flash back to six months ago, when I returned to the gym, suitably recovered from radiation and steroids. I felt fine, but I was shocked that I couldn’t budge the leg-lift machine.
Pirate School in New Paltz | Solve a mystery at the Maritime Museum | Signs of spring at Mohonk | Goose at Kaatsbaan.
Inspiration by mastication
Frolic under the full moon, see the Sassy Chef, attend a seder, make a Pajaki Chandelier.
Waking up after surgery.
Make an instrument at SUNY-Ulster’s microtonal music festival, check out the new Buddhist elementary school in Saugerties, see Dia:Beacon for free, hop onto the Easter Bunny Express!
One of my all-time favorite quotes is: “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do it. Because what the world needs is more people who have come alive.” What makes you come alive? Who are you? What change do you see yourself walking toward right now? Are you heading somewhere you actually want to go?