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  1. Get Your Walk On!

    Alright, I’m that person, the one out there fast-walking, talking on my cell phone. I used to roll my eyes when I saw those people, so connected to the hip by their devices. But let me explain. I have this “date” with my best friend Meg, to go walking every Wednesday at 7:00 PM, no matter the weather. (You may have read about this on my blog before.) And we are really good at keeping our date—except she’s had to travel for the past few weeks. She’s had weddings to attend, and family to visit. If she’s not here, how can we keep our date? When this has happened in the past, Meg being out of town, I simply got my workout by walking alone, taking pictures with my camera or just looking at the scenery. But I missed Meg, and she wasn't at the wedding last Wednesday night, just in Chicago after the wedding, visiting family. So we kept our date. She walked with her phone, in Chicago, I walked with my phone, in Cleveland. To us “older” folks

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  2. Sarah's Fitness Blog

    There was a cool, light misty rain all evening Wednesday, and it would have been so easy to stay inside, maybe even turn on the heat or sit under an electric blanket (I’m in Cleveland, by the way), but I didn’t want to break my “walk” date with Meg, so after dinner I drove to her house and we bundled up, put on the rain parkas and rain boots, and headed off toward Shaker Lakes. It’s getting darker earlier as it always does in the fall, and the sidewalks are slick with rain and newly fallen leaves. That time of night, the side streets were mostly deserted, so we walked there, avoiding the slippery slate sidewalks. Acorns crunched under our feet, as if we were walking on popcorn. We had a lot of catching up to do; stories from work, stories about our friends, a trip to Maine to plan, descriptions of sweaters we’d bought, etc., and along with all that, the constant, “Oh, look at that tree,” or “Look at that bird,” or “L

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