Join us now as this routine will take a hiatus at the end of this week for awhile. More later about the routine for next week.
This Nia routine is all about flexibility and strength to music from movies, not musicals, but movies whose soundtracks have become iconic.
If you are new to Nia with Linda, these streaming classes are free. Share with anyone who you feel needs a little movement in their lives during this period of social isolation.
So here is how it works. It will be easier for you if you download the Zoom client for meetings for a desktop or laptop, or the app for phones and tablets.
At my website, niawithlinda.com, you will want to…
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Surfers and waves
So many beautiful photos were sent in when we had that fog clearing Friday.
If you have incredible local photos you’d like to share, submit them to goodmorninggloucester at yahoo dot com (I didn’t link it so I don’t get a ton of spam) 🙂
Schooner Lannon 2020 Season Update We hope this message finds you well. Due to the current Covid-19 Pandemic, our sailing season is going to start later than usual. We will be waiting to hear more information from our state and local government on when it is a safe time to operate. We are currently working tirelessly to get the boat in tip-top shape (with masks and plenty of social distance, of course). Typically, we would start our sailing season on Mother’s Day weekend. However, at this time, we anticipate opening in late June and sailing with limited capacity for the safety of our guests and our crew. Safety is and always will be the most important thing to us. We plan on exceeding the recommended guidelines, and will be sending another update about what precautions we will be implementing. We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy, and we look forward to being able to sail with you soon. We want to take this opportunity to thank everyone out there who is doing their part, especially those on the front lines putting themselves at risk for all of us. We are truly grateful, and look forward to better days when we can all come together again. Take care, and best wishes.
Captured my first Baltimore Oriole of the season in the backyard this morning, right on time as they are expected to return the first part of May. We have also sighted a hummingbird, but the camera operator wasn’t on top of her game at that fleeting moment. Welcome back orioles and hummingbirds. What a great treat first thing this Sunday morning!
Boulevard tulips bring sparkle on a misty afternoon.
The chart shows the MLS statistics and roughly half as much Cape Ann real estate traded in April 2020 as in April of 2019.
But the story isn’t quite as grim. The good news is that it can still happen, even with our current restrictions in place, because some people really want to sell and some really want to buy.
Interested in which homes sold this month and which homes are currently for sale?
Both reports are free downloads, with no email address or sign-up required.