When: I didn’t really walk. Explanation to follow.
Weather: Low 60’s! Very pleasant out.
- Walking Sabbatical: It is a little early in my journey to have to pull out this cheap ploy. If I am not mistaken, I mentioned I was feeling a little sick recently. The little became a lot. And, when compounded with some Nyquil well past its expiration date, I didn’t have a restful night. (The Nyquil smiled on me for about 3 hours. Then, it decided my only option was to toss and turn for the rest of the night. Fortunately, I received a full night of nasal drainage protection. The rest of the Nyquil chemicals deteriorated into something more spiteful than I remember.) My body was prepared to speak the comfortable mantra of a walk. My wife, in one of her rare moves of discouraging me, encouraged me strongly NOT to walk. If I could not walk, then I could not justify the leaf rake making any new friends in my front yard. Today, I sacrificed achieving my list for reassuring my body I wanted it to be healthy. Since it is the weekend, I will have one more day tomorrow to convince my body I am committed to his health.