Sometime in July I stopped posting, but now I can continue! I will try to post as much as I can the next week or so from where I left off in Nepal, as I try to get back my very own tennis business up and running simultaneously. It is time to get back to work, catch up and take a deep breath!
With so many hurdles I decided to just focus on completing hands on short term relief and accept all terms and conditions as is rather than try to stress over it.
Having dropped 12 pounds (no complaints there), and my blood pressure down 88/53 with heart rate at 99 mom was worried about me and it was time to just go with the flow! Mom’s always know best!
July 3rd, 2015
Once I came to terms with working with what was doable, I was able to take some time out. First order of business was to visit the house I grew up in that is now a restaurant and show my son. I was very happy to notice unlike all the other homes that had all been competing in “how high can you go” the house I grew up in was intact, exactly as I remembered it with a number of beautiful decorative additions.
Brought back a lot of memories as I showed my son where I grew up and which was my room and how we used to be able to see part of the Himalayas from the top of our house. These are moments he will cherish. The owners were wonderful and gave us a big discount and thanks to Jayjeev and Nanu Hada for taking us out to eat at this very memorable place that will remain close to my heart. I got a little teary eyed as we eat dinner in the beautiful, lush garden with the sound of the waterfall and an almost canopy like setting of greenery.