Dad had arrived here a few months earlier. He was invited as an exchange scientist at University of Georgia Department of Biochemistry.
Couple of months later, mom, my brother and I made the flight across the ocean. It was supposed to be a 6-month trip. This was 28 years ago.
Dad was a dreamer. In communist Bulgaria, he would make the bold statement that one day he will take his family to the U.S.A. Some people laughed, others politely smiled.
When he decided to bring us all here, most thought he was insane. Life savings spent to buy 3 airline tickets. Leaving close extended family behind. Coming to a new country with "safety" guaranteed for other 3 months. What are you thinking?!?
The old me and new me have...
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I met Gayle in September 2016 at Pilates studio of Dunwoody. Gayle would be my Pilates client. Gayle’s goal, amongst other wellness issues she was working through, was improving posture and reducing low back pain.
After our first session, my mental note read: based on Gayle’s posture, exercise execution, lack of body awareness and engagement, there is much work to be done. However, Gayle is open to feedback and demonstrates willingness to work hard.
A month or so after consistent weekly sessions, I had a heart-to-heart conversation with Gayle. I told her I owe her an “apology” for underestimating her. She really didn’t know that but I was compelled to share how impressed I was.
Gayle just celebrated her 1-year Pilates anniversary! While Gayle’s advancement way surpasses...