Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Time, Precious Time

Admittedly, it is a long time to be walking every day. The 10 miles adds up to about 3 hours, and at least so far, the time spent is very much a conclusive success.

We have spoken here of a tie-in of the walk to the finding and consuming of scones. This is because I see these two things inevitably linked. To enjoy the scones, the walking half of the equation helps me to keep from being overpowered by caloric donations.

I have to say this, though - that calories should not become a bullying factor here. If you want to eat a scone, you should not feel that you have to equal this pleasure with a pain. If you want to walk 10 miles well that is fine too. But it is not a requirement! Neither is weighing oneself on a scale (almost no good can come of it).

But for me, it is fun to eat scones, and it is fun to walk miles. Simple, and true!

Take care of yourself the way that works well, for you. I, for one, hope this will mean our paths may cross; perhaps at an afternoon tea table, and perhaps along a path somewhere in this world.

And I will look forward to seeing you along the way!
the SconeLady

Broadway, in the Cotswolds

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