The weather has been beautiful the past few days!
Highs in the low 70s and lows in the mid 50s make for good walking weather.
I never use ear buds when I go walking. I like to hear everything around me–like cars!
I really enjoy hearing the leaves rustle in the wind and squirrels scamper up tree trunks.
Morning walks are a good way to sort through all the junk rattling around in my brain. Sometimes I even go on prayer walks and pray for the people in the houses and schools I pass along the way.
The other day, I decided to snap a few pictures while on my walk. I have actually done this before in hopes of starting a blog series. Well–here is your first installment of “Scenes from a Walk”. We’ll see if it becomes a series or not.
When I was a kid visiting my grandmother, my sister and I would get bored with “grown up” talk. The city park a couple of blocks away was a welcomed escape. I loved climbing on the sidewalk that had been displaced by tree roots.
I reminisced about those days and climbed on the concrete just like I used to do. What you don’t see in this picture is me almost doing a face-plant about 10 steps past the broken sidewalk! Unfortunately, the car whizzing by didn’t miss it!
We are just starting to see a little fall color here in Central Arkansas. I love it!
I like seeing other folks’ fall decorations.
Are you seeing fall colors in your neck of the woods?
Is your house ready for trick-or-treat festivities tonight?