5 Years...And Counting

Read, or scroll, all the way to the end for a link to send us your Infinity Crossing story. As we wind down our time before our move to mymojoyoga.com, we'd really love to hear from you. Thanks, for everything. 

Anniversaries have always been a funny thing for me. Many of the occasions I've really wanted to celebrate have somehow managed to elude placement on a definite date. I've often wound up just picking a date that sounded nice to use as my celebratory point if I really wanted an anniversary to acknowledge. After all, space and time is so relative, it's really just what we each make of it anyway, right?

Infinity Crossing fits that mold to be sure. I have no idea what the date was when we very first birthed the idea. I don't even remember the specific conversation. It just sort of always was - always a part of our conversations, our plans, and our actions. I suppose I could pin it to the day Scott and I met, but honestly, we're not too sure what date that was either. Our own anniversary is one of "those" dates, too. I suppose we're both just too busy enjoying life to be bothered with a calendar.

Oh boy, that's a lot of dates that I do know for sure! Yet, now I don't really know which to pick for Infinity Crossing's official anniversary, because they're all really important to me in different ways.  So, methinks we'll call it an anniversary quarter. After all, it's way more fun to celebrate for 3 months than for just one day, right?

So, there we have it. Infinity Crossing is 5 years old...and counting. There really is no greater anniversary present than that of carrying on. What a blessing it's been to create something that 5 years in is not only still going, but that is preparing to evolve and grow yet again. You see, I was momentarily lamenting our lack of an "anniversary party," and being instead called to put out lots of little fires and complete lots of little tasks, just like any other day. And then I realized what an amazing feat it is to have too much to do at the 5 year mark to stop and celebrate. That's the best celebration of all.

As we wind down our time here on infinitycrossing.com, and pack everything up to move in to mymojoyoga.com, I do have one favor to ask of you. If you have a little tidbit about how anything we've done as Infinity Crossing has impacted you, would you please share it with us? Send us your story so we can reminisce together. Here's to countless more trips around the sun learning, doing, and growing. Thanks again for making this all worthwhile.

NAMASTE!