#1LinerWeds – Why Didn’t I Walk?

Day 290

I was okay with my decision to forgo my morning walk because of the rain and the heat. That is until I happened to see this:

“I never leaf through a copy of National Geographic without realizing
how lucky we are to live in a society where it is traditional to wear clothes.”
Erma Bombeck

I love Erma Bombeck’s sense of humor. At first, I chuckled, then I thought a little longer. Maybe I should reconsider that walk?

What’s a little rain anyway? And it is probably not going to be cool until October either.

But then again, we do wear clothes.

Such puzzling thoughts for a Wednesday.

National Geographic Magazine, 1915NatGeog, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons


One Liner Wednesday is another lovely challenge offered to us by Linda Hill. If you care to join in, check out Linda’s blog for the rules and then take a few minutes to read all the blogs linked in the comments. It is sure to make your Wednesday a little lighter.

12 thoughts on “#1LinerWeds – Why Didn’t I Walk?”

  1. Because I have a dog, not going out for a walk is never an option, whatever the weather.
    But I am also glad to live in a society where everyone wears clothes. 🙂
    (I can recall boys smuggling copies of NG into school, as it was a rare opportunity to gawp at photos of near-naked women!)
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. The weather should not be a deterrent for me, either, Pete. Bad habit to get into. I envy your places to walk. It is a little more challenging here.

      I remember young boys ogling over National Geographic in grade school. I, too, am thankful for clothes.

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