Just about bordering on odd, I see things through different eyes.The heading says it all - I live, I love, I craft, I am me...

09/10/2017

When in reality ... what I SHOULD be doing is .....

With lists whirling around in my head 
(To-do-list/Must-not-FORGET-list/Jobs-to-complete-list/ must-sort-out-the-garden-and-plant 
the-perennials-out-list, )
 and that uncertain feeling of 
'is there something very important that I have forgotten that I must 'to-do'?' 

We set off for a walk yesterday afternoon. 
I have to be honest in saying I really did not want to go - 
I wanted to work through at least some of those niggling lists 
even if it was only tinkering in the garden planting out a few large seedlings 
while the soil is still reasonably warm.
Which in itself is a form of procrastination.

However, it was worth it.
 I did feel a lot better afterwards and I think that we all benefited from a bit of fresh autumnal air. 
The lists had to wait, 
they wait still, 
but their turn will come.
 
 



#staywild #walk #autumn

10 comments:

  1. Sometimes its good to have a walk even when you don't feel like it, it does as they say clear the cobwebs and clears your mind.

    Julie xxxxxxx

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  2. Beautiful photos! I had a lovely walk there myself a few years ago with the in laws but just a very quick one - I'd love to revisit!

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  3. I also agree with having a walk. Never ever thought I would say that, I always used to claim I was born with wheels. Today I have done so much I am proud of myself. You will get there. I was on the point of saying our exhibition would collapse but onwards and upwards. I shall have lots of questions for you when its all over. Good Luck for now.

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  4. I often think, do I have to get out there for a walk! But I usly feel better when I do. And your lovely photos prove it was worth it. :) x

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  5. A change is as good as a rest....there's truth in that phrase. Really is a golden time of year isn't it!
    Arilx

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  6. Looks like Miss Moss had a good time too! Not been there for years so I ought to make an effort.

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  7. I'm so in agreement with getting out & taking a walk, though getting into the countryside is much easier for you than us. Too much suburbia happening here with more development coming. Enough said on that "very" sore point. I love the toadstools, rust colour leaves, pebbles & that barn is amazing. Good luck with TAM & take care.

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  8. Love the photographs. So autumnal, can almost smell the dampness. The cruck barn is looking fantastic. Not seen it for ages. Moss certainly enjoyed it - then it does not take much to please a dog - any walk will do!!

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  9. Lovely photos and a jolly nice walk, Autumn and Spring have to be my favourite time of the year.
    Amanda xx

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  10. Moss looks like she's having fun with that stick in the water.

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