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Week of Gratitude – Friday

I’ve been house bound this week. Today, I decided enough is enough, and I dragged (not un-willingly) hubby with me to go for a walk. A little fresh air and mild exercise would probably do me more good than anything else. We went to a local conservation area with easy walking trails and took the easiest and shortest trail.

Today I’m grateful for the lovely mild weather after several cold and windy days. We had a nice walk, enjoying the scenery. There is a a thin coating of ice on the pond. The sun has little warmth, but in the trees it was very sheltered and comfortable. Come join me …

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See the light coating of ice?

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I love the sun’s reflection. It has a real wintery feel already.

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There is a quiet beauty here.

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We happened upon the back of MacAuley Museum & church.

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I love how the fence seems part of this tree.

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Roots at the side of the path.

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Babbling brook.

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Sun shining on the dried weeds as we come to the end of the trail.

I feel better, though am tired out. Thanks for joining me on my walk today. And thank you for joining me during this week of gratitude. I know I have so much to be grateful for. This was a great exercise.

I want to thank Michelle for this project. Head on over to her blog to see how the week has shaped up.

Thanks, and gratefully yours, Connie 😀

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I am living my dream life in the country! I love photography, travelling, cooking, baking and I even try my hand at quilting.

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