a monochrome wash
splashing against bark and blade
dripping, “I hate hue!”
Drizzling like gnats and fleas. The path’s not yet wet.
Today’s bike ride had such potential. I was going to ride my longer loop to Cedar Hills Blvd., maybe even extend it up to Skyline for some pretty serious (for me) bragging rights. And then I felt a couple of rain drops just beyond 185th. So I wimped, turned around, and got a hot drink instead. Mmm… :-) c[_]
It’s okay. I’m at 1,850 miles for the year. I still haven’t driven to work. But winter is coming.
And I found time to take some pictures at Rock Creek Trail Park. It’s not the first time.
Melinda and I have focused on poverty and disease globally, and on education in the US. We picked those issues by starting with an idea we learned from our parents: Everyone’s life has equal value. If you begin with that premise, you quickly see where the world acts as though some lives aren’t worth as much as others. That’s where you can make the greatest difference, where every dollar you spend is liable to have the greatest impact.
Not feeling very creative today.
But J and K do. At least, did.
J <3 K.
The Underrated Benefits of Bicycling. I agree, on all points. What say you?