Yesterday I had the most glorious walk. I was appropriately bundled for the cold.

The sun was shining most spectacularly.

The lake was positively shimmering.

The sky was a gorgeous, gorgeous blue.

I walked for longer than I had intended. Some other things didn’t get done, as a result. But I needed that walk.

I reminded myself of a few of my top Janet sayings:

  • Cut your losses. Go where the energy is.
  • Stay on the path. Don’t look down.
  • I don’t have to figure that out right now.


& I made myself chuckle (I’m such a great audience) with a very uncharitable thought about a person who is a bit of a thorn in my side these days. (I will spare you the wicked thought. )

Walking is my salvation, pretty much!

Thank goodness my legs keep permitting me to keep this up!!


p.s. good quotes (& some other linked posts) about walking here.

*** Lots more pithy, inspiring quotes of ALL kinds in the ‘Quotation Central!’ section.  

‘Quote of the day’ with this post: “A vigorous five-mile walk will do more good for an unhappy but otherwise healthy adult than all the medicine and psychology in the world.” – Paul Dudley White, physician (1886-1973)