walking with kids

I was born in 1981 and grew up in an East German village. I spent my childhood roaming the streets of the village with my friends. The streets were largely unpaved back then and the properties of houses didn’t have fences – we just walked from one place to the next covering quite some distances throughout the day.

When I entered school, we walked. We were always a bunch of kids walking and it never felt like a chore. And I honestly don’t remember EVER having been driven to school. Actually, we didn’t even have a car. That was East Germany after all. No money for cars or paved roads. We HAD to walk. All the kids walked.

This morning I had some unscheduled time. So after my husband and I got the kids fed, dressed, packed and walked to day care and after I responded to some emails, I was faced with the following choices:
a) do some bookkeeping
b) get some study time in for my Whole Body Alignment course so I get closer to my goal of being a Restorative Exercise Specialist
c) write a blog post to share a bit of what I'm learning in the just mentionned course
d) walk to the store to buy new woodchips for our guinnea pig so he can get a fresh house today

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