Skiing


Treating my anxiety like an injury or illness

Treating my anxiety like an injury or illness

A injury presents an opportunity to pay attention to patterns of motion. To notice activities that cause pain and others that heal and strengthen. It's a wake-up call. Anxiety is somewhat similar.

A snowy Saturday in February (and the kids are growing up)

A snowy Saturday in February (and the kids are growing up)

Photographing my heart's joy and delight, it's what I do. But as my "delights" grow and move to independence, as they have experiences completely apart from me, in such healthy and beautiful ways, I guess I'll content myself with photographing the morning snow.

Christmas Stories: First Day of Skiing

Christmas Stories: First Day of Skiing

Things change over the years. Skiing together is something we've managed to hold on to, though it too has evolved.

Skiing Together

Skiing Together

I cherish this thing we do together, in an age when together interests are hard to cultivate.

Mid-Winter: Skiing

Mid-Winter: Skiing

With each fresh snowfall, Friday morning skiing is an activity I anticipate all week and Sunday is a day to get in as many runs as possible.

My sweet spot

My sweet spot

People with successful "physical movement routines" usually have their own tricks and routines that make it work for them. Here's what works for me.

The best way to love winter is to live it

The best way to love winter is to live it

I can't imagine not skiing, or going through my week without the outdoors, because winter outdoors energizes me to do winter indoors.