I do not mean that headline to sound as snarky as it might read to you.
I truly am excited that you made it to this page rather than just closing the browser window with a lingering, "I don't know..." thought about my Walk with Me program.
Making decisions can be tough. Owning our decisions can be tougher.
So to celebrate what truly is a significant action (saying NO to something that is not a good fit for you), I share the following "What was I thinking" story.
In the small town of Phillips, Maine, sits one of the largest glacially transported rocks in Maine.
It's called Daggett Rock.
When I walked around the backside of this gynormous rock, there were sections of fallen trees leaning against it.
I tried climbing onto the rock.
Not sure why I thought that was a good idea, except I really didn't think I would be able to do it.
But I did!
Here's my selfie from the top. The section of rock behind me is a section split from the piece I was on.
I was up soooo high...
This erratic is 7.6 meters high. That's ummm... like 25 feet high.
WHAT WAS I THINKING???
My legs were trembling as I walked around the top of it. I was trying to wrap my brain around the fact that I actually climbed the thing.
I was trying to figure out how the heck I was going to get off the thing!
The answer, of course, was very, very carefully. HA HA
Getting down was definitely scarier than going up.
I'm glad I had the courage to give it a try.
Can you see me up there?
Have an amazing day!
And even if you won't be walking with me, I do hope you'll give yourself the gift of a walk today.