Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. Ours was very nice. It started out early with a 5K walk put on for a senior project by one of the high school students in our town. It was a cold, but beautiful morning. The runners and walkers met in one of the parks we have here.
The park has a covered bridge. The original bridge that was here was set on fire several years ago by vandals and the city had to find one to replace it. I like the new bridge even better. It looked so pretty in its Fall setting.
The river was running swiftly that morning. This river floods the park about every year or so.
I went here to get my number and my shirt. Registration included bringing at least five cans of food for Love Chapel, an organization that helps needy people. They gathered over four thousand cans of food that day. How great is that?
I am beginning to get a collection of 5K shirts. I hope I can walk in a few more next year.
Our son arrived from Cincinnati with a friend and her son. My son was not a happy camper about the run. But because he’s the one who talked me into doing it, he was compelled to run it. Yes, he would run it. I would walk it. I don’t run if I don’t have to.
There were around four hundred people participating in all ages and sizes and clothing choices.
Shawna and her son walked with me. We were bundled up against the cold. I think I had about four layers on, but my legs still got cold.
Some people really got into the theme of the race by dressing the part. This man looked like he was riding a turkey.
There were several different turkey hats.
Even cooked turkey hats!
Here we are completing the walk. I think we were the last ones as everyone else was running. See that boy behind us? He probably walked four miles as he meandered all over while we walked the trail.
Then we went home. Dogs were played with. We ate a huge meal. I have not been hungry all day today.
We played Dizzios. I lost as usual. I keep telling my one grandson that one day I will beat him. He is really good at this game.
I love these two. They made David and me turkey pictures. They are so cute.
When I looked around our table, I knew exactly what I was thankful for. Family and friends. What would the world be like without them? And love. That’s what it’s all about. Bye.