There you have me in the raw…lines, marks, etc., etc. But so what…this is the real me.
This morning while taking my daily walk, a lady stopped her car and asked me if by walking her middle section would get smaller. I briefly looked at her and saw the middle section, and then…after a millennial second, I said “No.” Then she asked why do I walk? I told her that I walk for my heart, for my circulation, to get fresh, just polluted air and all the goodies that come with our environment. It is what it is.
I think I am better off walking than not because I feel better after I get home, I meet people that have nicknamed me “the walker,” I find out the latest gossip that’s going around and the most important part, I get off my derriere. It is almost non-existent.
Another benefit is that I get vitamin D from the sun, get my skin a bit darker, which I love. Yes, I know…the side effect could be not so good. But I like living dangerously. That’s as exciting my life gets. Kidding. I have a lot of things going on, that I would classify as exciting. Cannot tell. I don’t even know myself sometimes what’s going on in my so ever wonderful, magnificent and magical life. Yep, that’s exactly what it is.
Well…now that you have seen me in the raw, get to know why I walk, you can go on with your own exciting life.
Your Happy Contessa
“There is not a sprig of grass that shoots uninteresting to me.” Thomas Jefferson, American Founding Father, principal author of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, Third President of the United States. 13 April, 1743 – 4 July 1826.
4 thoughts on “Why do I walk…Fringe benefits of walking…”
I can’t believe someone stopped you to ask that! Sometimes I forget there are parts of this country where walking isn’t part of most people’s daily drills.
Hey Kadzi! This one and other questions are the ones you get in Planet Florida. Used to them already. So wonderful to hear from you. Hope you are keeping warm. It shouldn’t be for too long. Take care,
Love that Gator on you hat, GOOOOO Gators.
Yes Lindsay, I love it too. Go Gators! Hope Nancy continues to do well. My best regards to her. Take good care of both of you.