These are just a few of the living things I have run across this week. (Well, I nearly ran over the frog.) The rest I saw in various places (bathroom, dashboard of the car, front yard). I still haven’t managed to get any good shots of birds… they always fly away just as I get … More It’s a Living Thing
While out walking the other day I captured more weeds and wildflowers (and a few critters photobombed the pics). I am finding my walks to be as much for my phoneography and emotional recovery as they are for my physical recovery.
Many of the people I love, and some of those I’ve lost, have tried to quit smoking. Some have been successful. Others have not. I support the Fight for Air Walk because the American Lung Association does help people quit smoking. My first walk was about the grieving process after losing my dad. This year’s … More Fighting for Air and Finishing
A few months ago I posted about Why I Walk in the Fight for Air Walk. Here we are, one week away from the walk, and I am not as “ready” as I hoped I would be. My physical therapy has been discontinued, even though walking is still painful and sometimes quite difficult. This evening … More Fighting for Air and Walking Again
Today, one week after my granddaughter’s first birthday, she took her first steps on her own. She has been standing on her own and cruising around furniture, but anytime someone tried to coax her to let go and walk, she would simply refuse. Today, her mother “caught” her walking across the dining room. I joked … More Baby Steps
On October 6, 2011, my father lost his battle with lung cancer. Soon after, my sister’s best friend lost her father to lung cancer as well. The following spring my sister and her friend suggested that we walk in the Fight for Air Walk to raise money for the American Lung Association. My step-father had … More Why I Walk
My visit to the orthopedist yesterday brought a couple of blessings. The doctor lifted all physical restrictions, besides those imposed by my hand surgeon. This means I can bear weight on my left leg. I can walk on my own again. He recommended I use my walker for stability, but said I could hop out … More Of Wheelchairs, Walkers, and Walking