365: Body, Mind, Spirit | Week 47

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Whoa! The weather changed. On Monday I was out walking in a pair of short sweats and a t-shirt. On Tuesday I put on my long pants. On Wednesday I wore my pants and long sleeves. On Thursday I walked in the pouring rain. The rain just never let up. I went out mid-day so I would at least have some light. On Friday I took stock of the damage from Thursday’s storm. That fallen tree branch gave me pause. I knew it was bad, but I didn’t think it was that bad. Saturday and Sunday were great. Sweatshirt weather, but not terribly cold. I probably could have done without the sweatshirt, but I can toss my iphone in the pocket. Convenient!

Some comments from Instagram:

That 2nd picture is of a plastic Santa’s belly. Ho, Ho, Ho! Christmas is almost here.

I really like those pink hedge flowers in the 3rd picture. I’ve never seen anything like them before and don’t know what they’re called.

As for the loan black shoe in the 6th picture, am I the only one who sees one shoe in the road and immediately thinks serial killer or kidnapping?

Song of the Week


Restless Heart
— Matt Hires

Jules Kendall writes about books, family, and easygoing simplicity.

Comments

  1. Phaedra says

    The weather has changed here, too. It’s sunny though, so I’m not going to complain. Just bitter cold at night, but hey, who am I fooling? I don’t go out at night when it’s dark and cold anyway. It’s a great excuse to act like a hermit.
    Good for you keeping up with the walking AND the photos. Laughing about the shoe. I always think of things far less nefarious and more fun. AHEM.

  2. says

    Hmm . . . I wonder what that says of us who skim right past the flowers to the creepy, lone black shoe. I suppose some things are better kept a mystery.

  3. Susan G says

    OK – how bad is it that I thought of the scary shoe possibility AND the more “fun” option Phaedra mentioned? Thanks for sharing your walks with us. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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