Diane Ducharme taught the evening class and I really tried to make the most of it, because I knew it would be a great experience. I kept going down during the standing series, however, and I mean *down* on my knees, flopped over with my head on the floor. It was a pathetic sight, but I did keep getting back up and trying to join in when the next set would come around. With varying degrees of success. This feeling is a first for me and I can definitively say I do not care for it. Not one bit. During the floor series I was able to have a bit of rest between the postures and that made all the difference. I was able to actually push and get into things fairly well, considering my total lack of energy and strength.
Posture clinic is flying by. Today I delivered Standing Head to Knee. My feedback - Needs more energy. After which I promptly sat back against the wall and remained in a semi-conscious state until it was time to go back up to the room to change for class. I really did try to fake energy and enthusiasm, but I guess there's only some much "fake-it-'till-you-make-it" that can be done when illness looms on the horizon.
|Seated Head to Knee (for dialogue-learning purposes only)|
Almost forgot - Our first Anatomy test took place today and I scored 29/30. Whoot whoot. In fairness, it wasn't that challenging or surprising, but a small personal boost in an otherwise dismal day of frequent naps, disorientation, fatigue, and a steady diet of echinacea, ibuprofin, vitamins, and oranges (Vitamin C).
Tomorrow will be better, tomorrow will be better...