While walking this morning, the realization that my response to whatever comes up, is my decision, and that’s a powerful choice to have. I oftentimes ask for help, but ultimately I take ownership of any decisions.
Wilson carried forty pounds of weight yesterday, as we logged four miles on the Charity Miles application. Folks stopped to see what was going on, and I’m not even sure. My gut seems to manage me a lot these days, it’s rarely wrong.
Wilson has been far.
This picture was taken in 2013
This picture was taken yesterday in mom’s yard. Winter is sneaky.
This is a good reminder for me.
Yesterday the Charity Miles application recorded a bit over nine miles.
September 25th, 2012 was the day I picked my Bob jogging stroller up at REI in Kennesaw, Georgia. The name was Wilson. Wilson is a Revolution SE Jogging Stroller. Here are a few pictures. We’ve been a team for over 5 years. Wilson is family.
Someone designed the Bob Revolution SE Jogging Stroller. Someone built him. Someone formed a partnership with a retail company. Someone drove a tractor trailer to the retail company and delivered it. Someone unloaded that truck. Someone sold that very stroller to me.
Yep, I know, I probably left folks out, but not intentionally.
That’s a lot of folks that helped me get Wilson. I am Grateful!