Do enjoy going for walks.
May 25, 2020 6:43am CST
I like walking. There are times I need to just get out of the house. I used to go out at the office too on breaks if only to get a change. If I've been sitting for long periods walking is good exercise. In my walking I'll actually cross the street or walk in the middle of it to avoid someone coming the other way. But what will happen to my sidewalk walk when the streets get busy...
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@marlina Yes that is sad. I've seen signs on apartment building balconies. It must be difficult for anyone alone all this time and never going outdoors. I do get out without a mask and stay away from people like in the song on the video I attached but it is getting more difficult as things pick up. Can someone build me a spaceship and I'll go walk on the moon.
Very true we can go out but there isn't anywhere to go. Now I understand things are going to be opening up. Depends on where you are in the world you are but just because they are open is that somewhere I want to go??? I've always enjoyed walking. The video made me laugh.
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I am thankful that we live in a rural area. We go out for a walk at least once a day, twice a day if weather permits. Yesterday wasn't one of those days as it was so hot. Because we live in a rural area, we do not have a lot of people to deal with. Everyone keeps their distance if we encounter someone.
I'm in between city center and rural so the traffic both human and cars are not so bad but the sidewalks are narrow or non- existent. Without cars it was fine but now it is getting busier and I notice people getting more relaxed. Not sure where I fit into that yet. I was thinking of moving and rural now seems like an advantage. But I hate the bugs. Some rural areas around me are busier than others with bugs. I can always exercise in doors too. Do you walk small pathways. I love walking small pathways.