Captioned Photos # 3 – National Physical Fitness and Sports Month!
Pictured Left : “101 Sports Poems”
Available in paperback and eBook.
Original sports poetry for baseball, football, volleyball, bicycling, yoga, dance, and much more!
Author Pages with links to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, Google Books, Kobo Books, and Smashwords.
It has continued to be my most consistent seller, and I think for good reason. I hope you’ll take a moment to check it out.
“the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, and the arts – it’s a process…”
Captioned Photos # 3
National Physical Fitness and Sports Month!
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Above image was taken by Sheila almost two years ago, and we had just moved from Texas to Vermont, her home state.
In the background is an approaching storm which, because she’d grown up and gone to college there in Burlington, along the Champlain Valley, she knew we had a small window to drive back down that small mountain.
We were just about back to ground level when the storm hit. Thank goodness, ’cause that winding road down was tricky enough for a coastal / central Texas boy like me. 😉
And with the heat just beginning to get cranked up here around Austin, the memory of that Vermont weather sure seems awfully nice!
But one thing Austin Texas and Burlington Vermont have very much in common is, having a large portion of the population interested in and pursuing fitness!
There is a photopoem series I started featuring images in Vermont, and though I haven’t done one of Vermont in awhile, it’ll come around again. Right now, being in Austin, and having recently returned from our stay in Paris, those photo series will have priority. For now. 😉
Happy National Physical Fitness and Sports Month everyone. 😉
As detailed in many of my posts, and most recently in my three part series detailing becoming ill and getting back to health, it is difficult indeed to do the things one enjoys if not at least somewhat healthy.
That series summarizes and links to many of my own and others’ articles on things like muscle memory, beginning slowly, listening to one’s self, yoga, Stronger Seniors and SilverSneakers sites, among many others.
Additionally, I have a free eBook, “Nice Thing ‘Bout Getting Old(er)” that groups together many of my own earlier articles on fitness, with additional entries on creativity.
A Google search for National Physical Fitness and Sports Month has a wealth of interesting links.
Category links, on my own site, include :
Senior Fitness (large number of posts)
“Rosetta,” one of my recent fiction works, fictionalizes the decision to have plus the recovery process from a total knee replacement as a senior.
It’s available in eBook format from most popular online outlets.
- If Moms Were… – Original Poetry by Felipe Adan Lerma (felipeadanlerma.com)
- Aging Gracefully into 62, Part 3 – Breathing, the Nano Stretch with Mucho Effect (felipeadanlerma.com)
- Captioned Photos # 1 – Happy Earth Day! (felipeadanlerma.com)
- Aging Gracefully into 62, Part 1 – Back to Fitness (felipeadanlerma.com)
- The Day I Wed My Kids’ Step-Mom … Original Poetry by Felipe Adan Lerma (felipeadanlerma.com)
- Captioned Photos # 2 – Happy International Dance Day! (felipeadanlerma.com)