Having a walk is relaxing and it makes you feel alive. Rule 1 is not to think, just breath and observe the landscape. And meet new friends. Yesterday I went walking and along my path I met a looot of new friends. Here where I live it is compulsory not to let your dogs out of your home garden, except they are kept on a leash (I believe it is a world well known law). When they sense or see a passerby they start barking, but usually after some warning barks they turn out to be sweet and friendly. I love Them!
This is my contribute to Letter D for Cee’s challenge.
Meet my friends!
Inspired by Cee
This is my previous post about Letter C https://thesleepingreadingbeauty.wordpress.com/2017/03/09/chairs-and-a-cup-of-coffee/
Inspired by The Girl That
Photo Credit: taken by me, with my son’s Nokia Lumia, Where? In Chioggia (Italy), a small town near Venice, so similar to Venice that they call it “Little Venice”; When? Last week.
After so many months passed indoors, what is better than going outdoors for a walk (and a cup of coffee) to the local Park? This is exactly what I did. It was my way to take some time for myself and celebrate the 8th March and all women. I took my time, sipped my coffee, closed my eyes, enjoyed the sun heat kissing my cheeks, and relaxed. It was just an hour, just me, before going back to reality but it was enough for me to feel better.
I believe we women all deserve some time for ourselves.
PS curiosity: I sat on an odd chair, where a nest with eggs is painted. And a warning: don’t break my Eggs!
Photo credit: Parco San Valentino in Pordenone, Italy