here’s to the ones who
march, walk, talk, stand up, and take action
on behalf of what they believe in
today and every day
even when it’s inconvenient .
“a cause may be inconvenient, but it’s magnificent.
it’s like champagne or high heels, and one must be prepared to suffer for it.”
image credit: google images
what an incredible way to say goodbye to a year
walking across a frozen lake with special friends
while wrapped up for sub-zero temps
with twinkling snowflakes swirling down in silence
under the watchful eye of a beautiful moon
and waking up to see it all in a new light in the morning
as we welcome in the new year
“i always loved the idea that a photograph was a memory frozen in time.”
‘now autumn’s fire burns slowly along the woods
and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt.’
tonight will be my visit to the last ann arbor park
one day before my goal of halloween
it will be bittersweet to end this adventure
watch for my story this weekend.
“the best way to resolve any problem in the human world
is for all sides to sit down and talk.”
miller nature area, ann arbor, mi, usa
(110 parks down – 50ish to go)
i have at last found the perfect way
to measure my walks through the parks.
reindeer know what’s up.
“september tries its best to have us forget summer. “
leslie woods park, ann arbor, michigan, usa
(now deep into the 90’s of the 160 parks adventure)
bird hills park
dhu varen park
eberwhite woods park
loving all the forts, both big and small that i’ve discovered as i continue my journey through the ann arbor parks. forts are very sacred places. lots of heart and hard work go into the making of them – special spaces to meet and hang out with your gang.
(i’m about half way through the parks now -through the letter ‘i’)
– 80 down and 80-ish to go! –
“i have a lot of growing up to do. i realized that the other day inside my fort. “