Just a 3 kilometer walk, but only the second since I recovered from tonsillitis. The wind was soughing through the trees. I recorded the sound but I don’t think I can play it on here. I enjoyed the feel of the wind and rain, the dusk came fast and as we extended the walk a little further we did end up getting a bit wet. Got to be wary of wet slippery leaves too. I was tired at the end. My legs were wobbly by the time I got in and had to sit down and rest.

Must do more x

3 thoughts on “Walking

  1. Do what you can and listen to your body when it’s telling you to cut that walk shorter and do a bit less. Just being outside and having the wind in your hair, rain on your face and hearing that brilliant sound of leaves rustling and swaying or birds chattering will do you the world of good.

    Wellies or walking shoes help with slippery wet leaves 🙂


      1. There are a fair few people offering private home visits for podiatry it’s worth having a quick gander locally. NHS Podiatry has always had ram packed appointments and longer periods of time in-between routine visits and foot-care than they should.

        Think a lot of qualified NHS staff offer private home care services for a reasonable price (podiatry / hearing / ear wax removal the most common)

        Definitely worth searching locally I bet there’s a qualified podiatrist offering private care.

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