Good morning Challengers. As I write this Monday night, the news is warning of big things happening today. We'll see if it happens or not. The boy and I took another long walk yesterday, and it seemed to me he has gotten a bit better about walking-now that could be the motivation of the destination, or he's getting older, or he had a sugary drink from Tim Hortons and was high on sugar, but really? Does it matter? I was just happy for cheerful company.
As I was walking, I was thinking about winter sports, probably because I was playing hockey Sunday night and was thinking about the women I play hockey with. What I thought was, this is Canada, and if you live here you are going to be living part of (and sometimes much of) your life in a cold snowy climate. Then I thought how outdoor sports during the winter are a sort of social currency. And how skating even if you don't play hockey is a way for kids (and grown ups) to be together doing something.
Tomorrow I'll tell you about friend Jill-Marie who is my special skating friend.
Until tomorrow have an outdoorsy day.
Photo prompt-I think it's time for some dog pictures-what do you think?
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So here I am, with a better late than never blog post reminding you that even when you don't really feel like it, you'll feel better when it's done.
Whether that's going outdoors, or writing a blog post, or whatever challenge you have committed yourself to.