This was my first weekend of hiking— or more appropriately—walking in the outdoors. I’m not sure if what I did really qualifies as a hike, but I was on a Great Falls, VA path; outside, climbing on rocks, and enjoying the beauty of the outdoors. Continue reading “Weekend Hiking: New Experiences”
I have two goals- get healthier and lose at least 50 pounds in the process. And to walk, at least a day hike, in the Appalachian Trail. I want to see the true natural beauty of the world God created and to revel in its glory. To see God’s creation and to realize more of my purpose in the process. Continue reading “Neighborhood Walking”
More and more women are posting the hashtag on Twitter and Facebook. The number of women admitting they have undergone sexual abuse or harassment is disconcerting. On the positive side, we are no longer standing alone and together we are shedding light on the enormity of the situation.
For those of us now banding together by claiming the abuse, we feel pain for one another. We feel the shared shame of hiding this secret. We also feel stronger in knowing we are not walking alone anymore. We now know who we can turn to and that we will believed and understood by someone. Continue reading “The Shame Walk of “Me Too””
Getting started is never easy – even when we are excited about something new, that first step can be a bit of a challenge. It can be especially challenging if that something looks like exercise. Or maybe even a spiritual journey that you are feeling called to begin. Continue reading “Starting the Lighter Walk”