It’s Saturday again so here we go. If you would like to participate please either click on the picture above or click this link.RUNNING, WALKING SHOPPING – IN ONE DAY That looks good but I must hasten to say that I didn’t do the running. After a trip to the garden centre (again) where we had lunch of tomato and basil soup, we went for a drive around the Town Belt. This is an area of some 3,000 acres set aside by the City Fathers in 1840 (or thereabouts) to keep as recreational areas for the people of Wellington. Click here to see and hear our local MP discussing plans for this area. I have written before about the joys of walking in the bush that surrounds our city, and today was no exception. We parked the car and went for a walk. Imagine our surprise when we suddenly encountered a host of runners pounding down the path towards us. We couldn’t find out who the competitors were or even what the race was, but we were told by an official that these runners had just completed 5 kms of a 10 kms race through the bush. The terrain there is anything but level and these runners were working hard going up and down the hills. We left them to it and continued our walk in a leisurely fashion. So, the shopping was at the Garden Centre where I bought two reasonable sized pittosporum each in the shape of a golf ball. As part of my Christmas present, my daughter presented me with two garden pots and a gift card to purchase plants to put in them. My excuse originally was that while I had on my Big Red Boot I couldn’t go to the nursery but that excuse has been lost for several months now. So today I decided this was the day. Lotte really loves the garden centre and the people who work there love her. She sat quietly while we had lunch and then wandered around with us taking it all in – well I guess she was really checking out which dogs had been there since her last visit. The running was done by the harriers and other
Happiness is – That’s just it–
You can’t drive it, you can’t wear it, you can’t live in it,you can’t drink it,
smoke it, snort it, you can’t travel to it.
Happiness is the experience of the journey.
The experience of happiness is the result of how you look at things.
When I look at something I say, can do,no problem;
that’s not going to make me unhappy.
Happiness is a choice!
Denis Waitley, motivational speaker and writer and author.