|My lake this morning|
I have always liked to walk but it wasn't until June of 1988 that I started taking a morning walk. So this month is my morning walk anniversary for 24 years. I don't remember the exact day.
Up on the grass away from the water there were five different geese families with the babies of all different ages. I took this picture of one of the babies that was off to the side all on his own.
|Little one wondering off|
I said, "Good Morning, how are you today?"
He said, "Good morning I'm pretty good. How about you?"
I said, "I'm perfectly fine. "
He stopped, watched me walk by and said, "You certainly are!"
I kept walking, but he did gave me the creeps just a bit.
Today I walked just a bit over 6 miles.
********************I made up a shopping list and left to go the commissary right after breakfast. I've read a few times that Wednesday is supposed to be the best day to go shopping because that is the day the least amount of people go. It seems to be true. I picked up a few extra things to take up the trailer. It will be nice to be able to leave some things there instead of lugging everything back and forth all the time.
When I was finished shopping and walking with my things back to the car I looked up at the sky and it was a very bright blue and the clouds looked so big, white and puffy that I just had to stop and take a picture of them. The picture doesn't come close to how grand the clouds looked.
On my walks the last couple of days my heal is starting to bother me a bit, but I think it is just that I need a new pair of walking shoes. The ones I have are worn down and don't have that much support anymore.
When Ken comes home, we are going out for pizza and afterwards will try to find me a new pair of walking shoes.
Till then I'll be puttering around the house for the rest of the afternoon. Maybe even pick out a book to read.
Be thankful for your day and make it a good one.
But friendship is precious,
not only in the shade,
but in the sunshine of life,
and thanks to a benevolent arrangement
the greater part of life is sunshine.
~ Thomas Jefferson