Hello my friend! Welcome to walking day 1 of 365! I am excited to begin this journey, how about you?
It is a beautiful morning here. The sun is up and peaking through the trees. You may notice in the picture that we a bit bundled up. I was surprised when I checked the temperature. It was 48 degrees this morning. I guess it is just another sign that fall is here. That's okay. We didn't mind. We grabbed our milk, our water, and our coats, and headed out the door. We walked 3 miles in 60 minutes. We would have only walked the 2.75 miles that I originally planned on, but my son requested that we go up a big hill. It is usually our turn around point, but I didn't mind. My buns needed the work out. Plus, it is nice that he is getting involved. The cows and horses we usually see weren't out this morning. I guess they needed their beauty sleep. Tre was bummed, but like he said, "maybe next time."
I'm excited for you to start today too. This just as much your journey as it is mine. Please remember though to listen to your body. If 2.75 miles is too much for your today, that's okay. Do what you can do. Your body will let you know what is best. I'm proud of you for getting out there. It's hard to start something new sometimes, but you did it! And you won't be alone. I'll be with you the whole way!
As we begin this journey together, there are a few things to keep in mind:
I'm curious to hear about your journey too. I'd love it if you'd share it with me. Tell me about it in the comments below! Where did your path take you today? Did you walk in the country like me or were you in the city? Did you walk along a mountain side, along a shoreline, or in the great plains? Did you walk alone, or did you have company? What was the best part? I can't wait to hear!
Have a blessed day my friend! Talk to you tomorrow!
Hi there! Welcome to Grace In A Glass. My name is Danielle and I am so happy that you are visiting this site today. We all have something in life that we are working to overcome. I began blogging about my struggle with overcoming Esophageal Dysmotility and Crohn's Disease with the hope of reaching others with words of encouragement and hope. Thank you for letting me share my stories with you, and hope you have the most wonderful day!