I love to walk. One year, I believe it was 2004, I had like eight surgeries on my left leg. We won’t go in to details but I can tell you that year I couldn’t walk more than I could. It is a terrible feeling to not be able to do the things you want to do. Oh you see them around you and you know what is needed but you are unable to provide that need. Sometimes I would stay thirsty because I hated to ask others to get me a drink. I’ve always been sort of independent. Now I’m not sure if that is a good thing or bad, I suppose it can be both depending on the situation. Thus I walk all the time. I do walks to raise money to fight cancer and raise money for the YMCA and what have you. However, there are a few causes I won’t walk for but there is no need to name them here. I feel walking is a wonderful gift from God.
A test for you. Take a day and don’t do any walking. If you have to use the bathroom just hobble to it. Then you can relate to the person who can’t walk.
I can assure you that walking isn’t usually crowded. Why? I have no idea because it is great exercise and if you hike in parks and what- have – you it is wonderful. You see nature in its best possible way. And it is a great time to talk to God and thank Him for all His blessings and especially for the ability to walk.
Get out there and try it. Even if you just walk around your block or down the street. Heck for that matter even if you just walk down your drive or around in your yard. I’ve walked in my yard and seen some great things. Of course when I walk in my yard I always find work that I need to do.
It doesn’t even have to be a beautiful sunny day because there is beauty in the rain. Now you know I don’t mean storming but a fine mist or slow rain makes the stroll even more interesting. There is just something refreshing about the mist kissing your cheeks
Thank you for stopping by and please come again soon. If I’m not here I’m probably out walking somewhere or working in my yard.