A beautiful day for a walk in the early morning!
This is our dog Carter and we took two spins around Lake Como this morning.
As I mentioned before, I have learned to love walking. I have found that I an figure out things while I am walking. I call this “WALK IT OUT TO WORK IT OUT.” This is also supported by research as a recent Stanford study has concluded that you are 60% more creative when you walk. My grandma Nellie also referred to this as “The Fresh Air Doctrine” and believed that fresh air and a dose of apple sauce a day would solve most any ailment. Not sure that was ever fully researched, but she was not short on opinions.
It is supposed to be 75 and sunny today so there will be more walks in my day. Just in case I have any brilliant idea while I am walking, I carry a pen and note card in my pocket to write stuff down. I would say about 50% of the time I do a walk, I end up writing at least one thought down. Try it, walking is good for the body and the soul.
Until the next walk . . .
A Boomer In Transition