Well, well, well, pictures of snow. Again. Winter is the longest season in Boston. Even if last weekend looked like spring, I wasn’t fooled by this, and kept my snow tied to my feet. I wonder if American people get cold sometimes – I mean Bostonians. Sometimes I see flip flops, short skirts, no gloves. What are they made of?
Today in French bookstores, my book called “Yoga Malin” is released! I’m super happy about it. It’s a book mostly for beginners and people who are curious to know more about this practice but haven’t yet dared to try it. There’s also a section on nutrition, and one on philosophy for those of you who already know a little bit about yoga but want to learn more.
It’s been two weeks that we’ve been back in Boston, and we’ve already experienced two snow storms, small ones apparently. “But how do you deal with that, are you surviving winter?” Yes! I do, maybe because it’s always been a few days, I’m still not use to the snow. I didn’t take the time to walk around in the city, but here are a few pics taken here and then during the day.
Freezing air, blue sky, snow on the side… yes, we’re back in Boston. The trip was long but comfy (I’ve never seen a plane that empty), the custom border were almost nice, and we had cocktails with a couple of friends to celebrate. I was up at 6.30 thanks to the jet lag, and ready for a first bagel and cream cheese and a latte. It almost felt like we never left.