Category Archives: Run, Walk, Skip

Skip, Joyfully

When was the last time you did something for the pure joy of it? With no goal in mind? With no other intention?  This morning in the yoga studio, the teacher asked us to remember how it felt to ride … Continue reading

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Cataract Glasses

I ran past a blind man this morning. At least I think he was blind.  He was old, and frail, and wearing big black cataract glasses.  He was carrying a long umbrella and using it as a guide cane.   I … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season to be Jolly

On September 16th I woke up and got my girls ready for their second full week of school.   I checked emails and scrolled through Facebook, where I found statuses heralding the arrival of pumpkin flavored everything. Fall was definitely on … Continue reading

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This Awesome Walking Thing

Posted on June 18, 2013 by ksredstone Today as I ran through the park saying “Good Morning” to everyone I passed, a song came into my head.  (Earworm Alert)   If you were a child of the 1950s, 60s or … Continue reading

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Running With My Monkey

Posted on March 1, 2013 by ksredstone Today, I ran for the first time since my tragic skipping accident.    After only a minute or two, I hit my stride.  It was pretty awesome.   Birds singing, river rising, ground thawing, and … Continue reading

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Breathe First, Then Skip

Posted on February 11, 2013 by ksredstone Much to my daughters’ embarrassment, when we are walking to or from school, I often break out into spontaneous skipping. I think the Skip Center of the brain releases stronger endorphins than the … Continue reading

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Crouching Tiger, Sleeping Monkey

For the first five or ten minutes of a run, my monkey-mind is in complete control.  Swinging from thought to thought. He (I’ve decided it’s a male monkey) asks me countless questions. He makes ridiculous statements. He tries to undermine … Continue reading

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