It's good to be home again after having been away about three weeks. Having been on their own during my absence, my husband and our cat have decided that we should pack up and go camping. Our home is surrounded by oak and juniper trees, but they are of a variety that do not grow very tall. I find after exposure to forests of fir trees (in Oregon and Washington) that I really miss the majestic vertical lines and am happy to go where they are here in New Mexico. After five myokinesiology treatments, I feel like a new woman! Almost no pain and much more strength in my shoulder and arm. I'm looking forward to camping and hiking around the small town of Glenwood, a short drive north for a day or two, then we'll go back toward Silver City to the Burro Mountain Homestead. The homestead is a parklike RV campground nestled among tall pines. Just the ticket! Our cat loves to chase lizards and small ground squirrels and we enjoy exploring backcountry trails. It's easy to forget to relax in the midst of so much activity that encompasses all of our lives. AMAG continually reminds us to "...rest, relax, and breathe. Allow yourself to move through life with ease." I guess I had forgotten that recently.