3 days ago
Monday, April 8, 2013
Challenge 3: Personal Landmarks
When my kids were little and I couldn't stand one more trip to the playground, I would trudge up the hill with the kids in the double stroller and go to this small circular park. It has great views of Boston. It also has crabapple trees, which are just right for little kids to climb on, and the grass has tons of dandelions to pick. My kids were also intrigued by the series of manholes in one area of the grass, and we would hop from one manhole cover to the next.
Last Sunday I asked the kids if they were interested in walking up to the water tower. My son--who's acting more like a teenager every day--had other plans: hanging out with his friends, playing Mindcraft, and going to the hardware store with his dad. My daughter--who sometimes begs me to go on a walk--of course had no interest in walking that particular day.
Maybe I can bring grandchildren there one day.
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Sounds like a great place to go. Most of my walking takes place in stores. I wonder how many steps I took recently at Home Depot looking for 2-1/4" wood screws.ReplyDelete
It looks like a great place to see the city on a sunny day. 2800 steps - wahoo! I love it when my pedometer gives me credit for my hard work.ReplyDelete