Wanna yoga with me?

7 Aug

I told you guys that I’m on a quest to find love, right?  So I decided to start doing something different.  You know, putting to the test that thing about “if you want different results, you have to start doing something different.”  My different thing is to try yoga.

A little background information:  I have always been a tad overweight and out of shape.  I have always hated the gym and can’t  maintain an exercise regimen for more than three months.

What possessed me to choose a physical activity as my “different thing”?  Well, I want BIG results!  So, off to the gym I went, thinking this yoga thing can’t be that difficult.  It’s so slow that I will have enough time to arrange myself in any position so I will look cute, and there’s hardly any sweating so my hair will not be ruined.  There will be tons of cute, flexible, open minded, relaxed, and enlightened guys for me to pick and choose, and if I dropped a couple of pounds in the process, it would be cool too.

Reality check:  Sometimes the time from pose to pose is spent trying to find my balance, which, believe me, does not look cute.  My Caribbean hair gets all frizzy, matted, sweaty, and stinky from all the sweating I’m doing.  And about the guys… well, fifty-somethings that are there on doctor’s orders do not appeal to my interests.

But the thing is, I like yoga!  I think I could be good at it.  I want to be good at it.  After about five classes, I noticed that my right side is way more flexible than the left side.  I, being the teacher’s pet that I always am, waited to the end of the class today and started talking to the teacher about this problem.  Why?  Because I have to get an A in this class, of course!

The super nice teacher answered something about the right side of the body signifying the past and the left side signifying the future.  Now, if you guys have been keeping up with me, you know that I am on the search of my future, while trying to “overcome” my past.  So now my past is all strong and flexible, and my future seems  stiff and full of pain?  Oh, come on!

I’m gonna keep doing this yoga thing cause I like it, and it can’t be bad for me, but I’m giving it an ultimatum:  I better find a cute guy for my stiff future.  It would be even better if it was after I drop a couple of pounds.  I think I could go deeper in some of the poses I’m interested in practicing.


2 Responses to “Wanna yoga with me?”

  1. giveheadandheart August 7, 2012 at 4:51 am #

    Or maybe you could find a “stiff guy for your cute future”? I don’t know…just a suggestion 😉 Yoga is great! Enjoy yourself and do it to enhance your confidence, the guy will come..In more ways than one, I’m sure. I am so damn punny…

    Mistress M

    • caramelolimon August 7, 2012 at 9:50 am #

      OMG!!! I thought of you when I wrote that sentence and was sure you’d say something like that. I was about to change it, but I decided to temp you with it 😀

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