Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Stroll with me

My previous post featured images from a batch of Hubby’s photos circa 2016 that I recently discovered on my computer. 

His photos stirred up memories, and your visits and comments strengthened my urge to continue the stroll down memory lane.

I picture strolling as a pleasant walk, a carefree saunter. My walking experiences these days usually give me pleasure, but they are not totally carefree. 

Instead, keeping my stroke affected leg and foot lifting and landing when and where needed is not automatic. It requires concentration but is well worth the effort. 

A mental stroll is not without challenges either. But my memory bank is filled to the brim with precious memories of the help of God and the kindnesses of wonderful relatives, friends and strangers. And that includes those individuals I enjoy digital strolling with down their own memory lanes via their blogs. 

Here's to future strolls, both yours and mine. And may blessings surround you in bright times and not so bright times. 

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8 comments:

Friko said...

Memory Lane can be a bitter-sweet place to stroll along. But sometimes it also can make you smile as you remember something from long ago which made you smile then too.
Happy wanderings!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Oh yes.Let's stroll down those paths side by side and share the memories, both good and not so good.

Rose said...

Oh, boy, do I know about strolling. I sit and take strolls with my photos. And so many shows--their theme music is something else that is so bittersweet.

I will enjoy strolling with you, though, and seeing where your strolls take you.

Ginny Hartzler said...

I am so glad you are back! You were missed.

Arkansas Patti said...

Seems I do a lot of strolling anymore on the Internet. So glad you can still hit the pavement even if not with your early freedom. Enjoy those memories and make new ones.

photowannabe said...

I'm so looking forward to our future digital strolls and memories together.
Blessings to you too, sweet friend.
Sue

Sandi said...

"...my memory bank is filled to the brim with precious memories of the help of God and the kindnesses of wonderful relatives, friends and strangers."

That is good. So good.

troutbirder said...

I love strolling of all kinds as well down memory lane works for me as my more dangerous hobbies are long gone due to vertigo and a bum right knee. Fortunately the latter hopefully will be fixed by replacement on 23 September. That will stroll down the avenue with my bride Barb who is now permanently attached to a wheelchair in Cottagewood memory care.