Category Archives: Run, Walk, Skip

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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Jagged Little Hill

Posted on July 26, 2012 by ksredstone All of my life has been a journey of change and self discovery.   Since I began practicing yoga, mindfulness has played a larger role in my navigation.    Here, now, in the … Continue reading

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