Day 94

If New Year’s Eve is a time for revelry, then New Year’s Day is a time for reflection.  Since I’ve heard it said that what you do on New Year’s Day is what you’ll be going all year, I made sure I woke up without a hangover on January 1st, pulled up the window shade, got up on the right side of the bed, spent some time reading and writing, did a few sun salutations, and then set out for Round  Valley Reservoir recreation area in Hunterdon County.

Snow, blue sky, fresh air, my family (minus one), and a reservoir so big it filled the horizon — everyone and everything was in perfect harmony for walk #93.We had some uphills, some down hills, and some fanciful surprises. At the end of it all we had Rosemarie and Nana at the table, some red wine, and a delicious shrimp scampi. I sure hope that old adage is right, because my 1/1/10 walk was one of the best so far.

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