At 7 Am this morning in Northeastern Maine. Like you know, that is great for flexibility but you run out of juice and steam ( literally) early in the game. The first half of the practice was a lot more self aware than the second half which focused mainly on wondering how people rub sweat back on in India when it is pouring out at this rate. I don’t think I am going to do a play by play of Kino’s book. Suffice it to say that I respect her now as a writer as well. The introductory chapters are erudite, and yes I chose that word, as well as clear and approachable. Her section on food can renew the most recalcitrant and ossified intentions to change. Today I was able to recall a lot of her fundamental instructions on how to proceed in making sure that the proper muscles are activated in every step of the Sun salutations. I generally do not retain that kind of data in my short term database. All of these good signs that this is an excellent textbook. Most textbooks on any subject pretty much suck, as most of you know. They are dry or pompous or boring and many times all of those three things. Be honest and think about any textbook during school that made you say this writing is great! Yeah. I though so. So kudos on your writing Kino. Dear god, literally wiping sweat from this iPad. Happy moon day tomorrow.