Foggy morning view on my walk. When we got back the dogs and I were actually wet so you know it was super foggy. The really interesting thing about this shot is that the picture from January 9 is the same thing just on the other end of the street. I guess we'll call this a foggy month.
The treadmill. Something I both love and loath at the same time. It's nice for days when the weather is too bad to be outside, but boring as all get out. I'm sure I'll be spending a lot of summer time walk / runs on here, but fortunately this was the only day in this two week period I was forced into milling it. : )
So yeah, here's my phone. I dropped it in July of 2013 and have basically been living with this ever since. Good times. (And stupid contracts meaning I can't get a new one). When it's sitting on my desk at work everyone comments on it. The sucky thing is the camera doesn't work. I actually had no issues with the screen looking like that so if the camera worked, I wouldn't actually even being pouting.
I've been taking mental breaks at work lately which are generally a one mile walk through a nearby park before eating. This one happens to have a disc golf course. I can't tell you how many times I've almost been hit by a wayward disc. The people playing this course apparently suck.
Look a tree. That's about all I have for this one. (Same park as above, just a different section).
Ah, the day of love. This year my love rebuilt my phone; replacing the broken camera, the broken home screen button, the broken flash and the broken front screen. That camera is smaller than my pinky nail to give you scale. I should've put a quarter in the picture but didn't think of that until just now. So that means now you'll see more iPhone photos.
A new discovery for us and you'll probably see tons of pictures from here this year. The Fort Worth Nature Center is just a few minutes away from us and they have 25 miles of hiking trails. Not sure if you've noticed from some of the other photos, but right now I am into taking walks (since running on the ankle is still - a year and a half later - not the easiest thing to do). So hiking seems to be ok and I hope my ankle stays ok with it. This is the marsh boardwalk trail.
This is the only picture I took this day. I have no idea what or why. But since it's the only one, into the mix it goes.
The laziest of lazy shots. A view on my walk today.
The eighth hole of the disc golf course. Someone ruined it with a sticker.
Our backyard view which is always my favorite place after a walk. The thing that looks like a trail is actually the dry creek bed. It only has water in it when it's raining which is pretty cool.
Wise words from my shoe strings. When I don't want to go exercise these little guys just taunt me.
I went into Target for $9 worth of stuff. Walked out with $68 worth of un-needed things. : ) Oh, Target.
Second awesome visit to the Nature Center. This time we went on the Canyon Ridge Trail and so far it is my favorite. I also think it's the most challenging. My calves are dying today! This gem was left abandoned on the middle of the trail at some point. No idea how they got it there.