The Summer has very nearly ended and September...Autumn and all its glory begins...and our 'by invitation' monthly posts the creative idea of our brilliant host Marsha @ www.splenderosa.blogspot.co.ukhave begun...our monthly post is Sharing...and for me the first thing that came to my mind is laughter...there is nothing better than enjoying and sharing
Even when times are hard and nothing seems to be going right laughter can creep up on us and make the 'horrible things' go away...at least for awhile...nobody can make me laugh quite as much as my husband and we have shared 30 years of laughter and happiness... and of course our share of sadness...
but never underestimate the power of a smile and the sound of laughter...it can turn your world around.
Please pop across and read the other posts by our 'by invitation only' international bloggers
I am delighted Glyndebourne Opera House stock my cashmere wraps and ponchos...they are the perfect mix for my products and who better to model them than the beautiful Opera Singer, Venera Gimadieva...here she is wearing the oversized cashmere wrap in blush.
The oversized cashmere wrap is an absolute luxury...you won't want to be without one...also available in oatmeal, black and soft grey.
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London is presenting the work of Horst P Horst...I've got my ticket...the exhibition is displaying his best known photographs alongside unpublished exhibited vintage prints...and of course there is a book I will be adding to my collection.
"Horst P Horst created images that transcend fashion and time.
He was a master of light, composition and atmospheric
illusion, who conjured a world of sensual sophistication."
Victoria and Albert Museum
"I like taking photographs, because I like life.
And I love photographing people best of all, because I love humanity."
Yoga is such an important part of my life...it is a passion...my practice allows me to see things through a calmer mind...it is a discipline that I treasure and need...I have a heart that can race through thoughts and feelings and a mind that can worry endlessly....it has taken me many years to get where I am now and I feel I've only just begun to see the beauty and power of this philosophy.
It creates a better life, we refine ourselves... it is a self discovery that can be attained through
practice, practice and more practice...
Yoga is a light which, once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame.
B.K.S. Iyengar Indian Guru and founder of Iyengar yoga died today aged 95 he wrote many books but it is his book Light on Life...the yoga journey to wholeness and inner peace that began my love of yoga.