Hello 2023 and a fond farewell to 2022.
A fond farewell? Was it all bad?
Last year was mixed- some had a good year- for others it was not so good, but we saw it through. For some New Year is the light at the end of the tunnel- for others a new door waiting to be opened for new adventures - and us all there will be sad and bad days.
Now, back in January, the children are returning to school, Christmas has been replaced by Easter in the shops (already) and the days are beginning to look a bit brighter if somewhat soggy.
It’s important to have things to look forward to, to have a good thing in each day and something to lift the spirits each week. It could be a trip to the local nursery (that was my saviour during Lockdown) catching up within friends at class or finding out who ‘did it’ on the TV. Say hello at the checkout, have a conversation with a stranger in the supermarket or just watch the birds.
When shopping during the Christmas period you would have found me singing along to all the songs being played in the shops- people smiled and a few joined it- we don't need permission to be happy- we just need to show it on our faces!
However and wherever you find your ‘moment’ thank you for being with us last year and I look forward to many more happy, sing-a-long classes in 2023!
All classes resume the week of 16th January.
The snow cut the term short- but with brighter longer days ahead, the toast is always the same:
Exercise With Tracy
EXTEND Exercise and Medau Movement teacher. Keeping the muscles working, the joints mobile and having fun!