“If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads.”
As I write this, I am looking out at an all-day rain and the end of what was an absolutely mouth-watering, life-giving, and rejuvenating stretch of weather in November.
I spent four days of this stretch on the bike and when the wind was a little too much or time ran short, I went for a walk. The cordiality of the sun and smiling companion of blue skies have been utter joy.
As we head back into normal weather that will be 20-25 degrees colder, my path will be different. In the days and weeks to come, the bike will be placed in hibernation, photos of winter will replace photos of autumn, and wool socks and winter boots will be put into daily use.
Still, the past week was great while it lasted, even when I got turned around on the path at Bubolz Nature Preserve on the last day of sunshine and warmth. I was questioning where it led for about 10 or 15 minutes, which goes against today’s quote, but I never once questioned the beauty.
Stay on your path today and enjoy whatever comes.
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