My censure of ‘that’ word allowed me to once again pound some pavement this morning. I got my walking shoes all a-fluster, as they’ve been sitting in the shoe equivalent of the penalty box all winter long.
I just did a hockey reference…I’m so proud of me! 😀
I’m almost afraid, though, that more white stuff is coming. As I was marching up the lawn in front of my employer, one of my co-workers stopped and watched me take those final steps. She told me it was a good thing to see me walking again, because that must mean that s***g is coming. I guess I’m the Robin of work, now.
At least I can blame her if the weather turns again! 😀
I did make a promise a couple of posts ago to take show off some of the old homes around my area – so, dutifully taking a VERY long route home, I snagged a couple of shots.
First shot…we do so enjoy the turrets in this town. Here’s a pair of them…one the more traditional round, but a square one right next to it. Hopefully, there will be green around them soon!
Making my way up College Avenue, here’s a beautifully maintained little stone cottage-type of house.
Well, I did promise an old Victorian Painted lady…I didn’t want to disappoint. This is one of the first centurion homes I fell in love with when I moved to Waukesha.
This has to be one of my favorite shots of the day…the sky was such a rich blue, and the building, while a newer one (I think) mirrors the older stone all around the college area.
All in all, I think the walk home was a good 2 miles and change to go through the Carroll College area. I can’t wait to take ya’ll down some of the other residential streets in my town 😀