While out and about on my walk today, I started thinking about why I enjoy this time of year so much. It is an unpredictable time of year. We’ve had rain with the occasional sunny interludes throughout the day. I’ve been outside several times today, and never know what kind of weather I might walk into. At least it isn’t snow yet.
Several posts ago (maybe more than several), Kathy, the fabulous woman who inspired me to take on the challenge of getting outside every single day for a year, asked in the comments if I’d given any thought to what I was going to do when this commitment ended. I’ve gotten behind in answering comments and didn’t answer her question there, but I have been giving it a lot of thought since she asked. Those of you who have been blogging for a while understand that giving something in the comments a lot of thought often means a blog post because it’s a) just too long to answer in the comments section, and b) too good to pass up when you get an idea for a blog post. When you are blogging every single blessed day, an idea for a blog post is a gift from the gods.