Tuesday, 18 March 2014

All bright and very breezy


A brilliant flash of yellow forsythia (even if not a brilliant photo). I didn't find any time to get out with my camera over the weekend so this was taken on my lunchtime power walk (!) today. I wonder how many times you have to do something before it becomes a habit?  That's my third 'make-myself-get-some-exercise' walk and I have to say I am really enjoying both the fresh air and the exertion in the middle of the working day. Not sure if it makes me less sleepy in the afternoon but it must be doing some good. I wonder too how long it will take the geese to learn that I have no food for them. They always make a beeline for me, living in hope...

5 comments:

  1. A power walk seems a little like a walk in the Crimean peninsula. Give me a good old fashioned stroll with an ice-cream cornet any day.

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  2. Geese are optimistic creatures so I doubt that they'll ever give up.

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  3. Lovely seeing the forsythia in bloom. (We're not quite there yet.)

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  4. I think I read that it takes 30 repeats and then it is a habit! Not hard to do in such a setting, Jenny.

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  5. I like seeing your forsythia. They are plentiful in the spring in New England, but Florida is too far south for them.

    I'm glad you are enjoying the lunchtime walks. They are going to be good for you and you will enjoy them greatly! Keep at it!

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