Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Time Passes, Part 2

Though the studio is open in a thoughtful way, I won't be taking Pilates in public for a while.  I just don't feel safe spending a prolonged period of time indoors, one on one, face to face with my instructor.

But, I love Pilates and I can't be without it, not if I want to keep walking in something approaching a normal gait, that is.  Classes are offered on-line, and that's been working fairly well for me, but they are scheduled to end this month. 

I signed up for the alternative - a monthly fee to access 72 (and counting) classes anytime I want. The process was simple, the email explaining it was simple, and I was all ready to jump in and start sweating to my laptop when a random sentence caught my eye.

I could watch it on my tv.  The email said it was simple.  Vimeo had videos to guide me through it. I clicked through to them, scrolled down to watch on your tv, and saw the time stamp on the video - 6 yrs.

People have known about this for six years.  I didn't even know there was such a thing as Vimeo until the email arrived. 

I am so behind. 


  1. I didn't know about Vimeo either, but I still wouldn't be able to watch if in my TV. My Smart TV isn't smart any more. I can't get Internet on it, just cable.

    1. It's the "any more" in your comment that gets me! We, like our devices, are living examples of planned obsolescence.


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