Yesterday I walked up the ski hill in my neighborhood on my walk. It's not much of an incline, but it's steeper and longer than most of the hills in the neighborhood, plus it connects to a High School cross country running trail so it seemed like a nice diversion. As I was almost at … Continue reading I Seem Approachable?
In 2015, the one year anniversary of giving part of my liver to my husband snuck up on us. We didn't plan for it, we both went to work and we both felt angry. Mostly because neither of us had really properly processed what we'd gone through the year before. We did a very good … Continue reading Walking, Then Food, Then More Walking
In an attempt to motivate myself to walk longer and farther, I've started taking photos of houses in the surrounding neighborhoods. The architecture of my city is fascinating and much of it dates back to when the mill buildings near the river were manufacturing denim instead of housing people and hipster, exposed brick tech offices. … Continue reading House Tour, Part One
I've been walking a lot lately. Mostly around the neighborhood, marveling at the range of architecture in this town. Occasionally, I see a cat or a dog and that's a real treat. I'm averaging about 4 miles for each walk, and the hope is it will get me in shape for hiking season with my … Continue reading From Seven and a Half to Nine