(photo: Yesterday’s Christmas Eve run and Florida Wild Turkeys overcoming another of a million obstacles.)
Keep it simple means many things to many people. Mostly it’s an auto-response wish list item we summon when we are stressed.
And the auto-reply is always the same, “Next year”.
This year is last year’s “next year”.
Merry Christmas 2014 from Lane 8.
(photo: After dinner at Two Dog Flats, drove to Logan Pass for the sunset… got this instead)
Profoundly simple wellness mantra to live by:
Stay healthy, have fun.
Live like you mean it.
(photo: had planned the trip all along to get to this moment)
The hike offered three miles of walking.
In exercise terms, an easy to moderate workout.
In spiritual terms, these three miles were Olympic Gold medal eligible.
What was impossible last year was not this year.
One was certain it would happen.
One was unsure, concerned, yet willing to try.
That in and of itself is healthy growth.
(photo: Logan Pass – the Continental Divide – in background. Jack the bear and Bear Grass foreground)
Committing to things is tricky.
Tricky because commit implies commitment.
Each takes precious time.
Each takes creativity, and occasionally a pause on our original daily plan.
Like enjoying Glacier National Park for 48 hours, and committing to write 10 blog posts in those two days.