Walk to Remember
As you may know, I have been focusing on memory issues such as remembering, forgetting, mindfulness, and memory retention as a way to understand my actions lately. I’ve had a string of forgetting moments and last week was another doosey. I’ll post that one next time.
For now – I try to walk daily in new areas as a way to stay awake mentally and keep my brain from going into ‘zone mode.’
This morning, before the sun was up – I was in my yard with a rake knocking snow off bushes, trees, plants and hauling (with all my might) a huge branch that broke during the night.
After a hot cup of tea to warm me up … I patiently waited for the sun to come up so I could walk and take some photos. Now, as I write this at 4 pm the lawns are littered with gold, green and red leaves. The snow is almost all melted. The images I took this morning are all that’s left. Here’s my gift to you…Enjoy!
- Snow in mountains Thursday, rain/snow overnight in Denver (denverpost.com)
- Morning Walk: Snow, Breathe, Smile (for the camera) (margekatherine.com)
- Forgetting (talar123.wordpress.com)
- Light snow in Denver; heavier snow in high country, NE Colo. (kdvr.com)