Well here we are approaching the end of November.
Cold air hit our faces as we walked, all bundled up, through the cemetery on Saturday.
Outside the cemetery, the busyness of the city was very visible. People rushing here and there pulling their children along. It was not until I heard a subway musician start the Jingle Bells tune that I associated all the busyness with the approaching season.
You may be wondering what this all has to do with walking. Well, for me, it has to do with the lessons I have applied in my life from walking.
One of the first things (of many) I learned in walking was a lesson contained in pacing. The lesson I learned which applies to me: if you start slow and gradually built up the pace, you finish the race.
So my wish for you, in this soon approaching holiday season, is to apply the aforementioned lesson contained in pacing. Don’t get caught up in the busyness, pace yourself and walk with us (all bundled up) through the holiday season.