last week – 3/5. Got my bus pass back from R, so that helps on the days I don’t have the energy to walk the entire route. 15 months ago
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This morning was dry (finally), crisp, and cool. The sun was trying to peek out from behind the clouds with some success. R joined me for the walk. (Having a companion always makes the walk seem shorter.) It felt natural to be back out on the pavement again.
So long as the weather stays dry, I’m ready to leave the car behind. Who would’ve thought it’d be easier for me to walk to work in the colder fall and winter months than in the summer? 16 months ago
When I first moved to town, I walked to work nearly every single day, despite the fact that I moved at the end of November/the start of winter. I diligently kept walking in the spring, too. But once the warmer weather of summer arrived (early this year) and stayed, I stopped walking and started being lazy.
Fall has now arrived and it looks like this cooler weather is here to stay for awhile. Thank goodness. It’s time to abandon my lazy ways of driving 1.4 miles to work each day. What a waste. I have a FREE bus pass and two good legs attached to two good feet. (Hmm, I’m pretty sure I’ve said this before…) I should easily be able to ditch the car in favor of walking or busing.
Today was day 1. Here’s to keeping a good thing going. 17 months ago