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May 06, 2020

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Thanks for taking me on your walk, can't wait till I hear more from Cara! Feels as if I'm in Church with Cara's when reading her excellent prose.

Beautiful. Thank you, Cara. I felt like I was on a walk with you on the mountain, in fresh clean spring air. It gave me some much needed breathing room this morning.

Ahhhh! So I'm not alone in my thinking around this pandemic (thank goodness). I take my walks with more of a "job like" intention with exercise at it's core. Thanks for the reminder to breathe and take it all in! The church, the cats, the walks, frogs & deer. Love.

Thanks everyone!

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