- a mallard hen with a batch of five tiny beeps! It seems late for this. And, further down the canyon, one beep on its own, ignored by all the adults. I hope that has a happy ending.
- ripe salmonberries in the canyon. Someone else had been at the thimbleberries up by the track, so I just smelled the roses.
- the swingset has shiny new chains. Putting the seats at adult height is easy on the legs but makes for a short pendulum.
- a CSO riding a Segway!
My four-mile run felt awesome. I’ve been running in NB790s, a minimal shoe I bought on super-sale when New Balance quit making them and then let sit in my closet. So far so good. Low mileage is fun. I think I’m going to enjoy every stage of my running comeback. Maybe that’s why it took me about seven years to get to a 50-mile event? Who knows how long it will take me to get to 100. But the scenic route is better than guilt and frustration, for sure.
Here’s something I never would have believed as a child: I’m seldom tempted by garage sales anymore. I have enough stuff…even books.
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I definitely feel that way about garage sales too, right now.
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