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"- in a way nobody sees a flower - really- it is so small - we haven't the time - and to see takes time . . . So I said to myself - I'll paint what I see - what the flower is to me but I'll paint it big and they will be surprised into taking the time to look at it - I will make even busy New Yorkers take time to see what I see of a flower." - Georgia O'Keeffe

Fortunately for me, during the morning it was sunny and breezy. After I watched my Sunday morning news programs, I meditated and then went for a walk. I might as well since today is a walking day and it is not raining at the moment.

Today's walk was a vigorous one. This route took an hour and 10 minutes. This is the one where I have several inclines and some of them fairly steep. It seems to me my legs are becoming stronger although I could feel the muscle pull at the top of my thighs.

I also noticed that I am breathing easier walking up these hills. I was aware of my breathing which didn't really bother me until I was on the return loop. On the steepest of these knolls, I was near the top that I began huffing and puffing; although, I did not decrease my speed of walking by much. So I am seeing some changes in my ability to walk. Whoopee!

I'm glad I walked when I did because the rain did come back in the afternoon. It rained fairly hard for about 15 minutes and then settled down. Because I am facing the patio, I can look into the fir trees and I didn't see any of the little birds who usually hang out there. The thought crossed my mind as to where do birds go when there is inclement weather?

I will have to ponder this one for awhile.

The rest of the day went quietly and that is okay with me.

mz. em

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