It was that as I grow older I keep having to learn how to live my life.
Many things I could do as a younger man I can no longer do.
So I have to learn new tricks to replace them and keep this
One, that the physician's assistant in my cardiologist's office keeps reminding me about, is to exercise.
He encourages walking, if not every day, at least several days a week.
I admit that I have become sedentary in recent years and often seldom leave the house for days at a time.
So, I saw him the other day, and have resumed my daily walks around the neighborhood.
This morning on my walk I ran across this misplaced object.
It's a small stuffed toy tiger.
Judy had spotted it the other day, lying in a nearby ditch, and urged me to stop and take a picture.
But we were on our way to joint doctor visits so I deferred.
Today I encountered him so I was photographing him when a car stopped right behind me and Lori, from down the block, said "I put him up there the other day, hoping the child who lost him would spot him."
I told her she was a Good Deed-Doer and took one more photo.
If the child who lost the little tiger doesn't see him maybe his mom or pop will see him on this blog.
He's at the corner of Thimble Lane and Knots Pass.
And he looks like he misses his owner.