Once my move to Austin is finished and I’m all settled in (and after we have the Back On Pointe get-to-know-you party in Austin), I’m going to be working on redesigning and rebranding Back On Pointe, with the help of my friend Emma who runs Dilemma Graphics. I’m so in love with her style, so I’m going to be working with her to create a logo, some buttons, and various graphics for the blog. Basically, expect some aesthetic changes in the coming month or so. (But don’t worry, the blog layout is staying how it is!)
- floridarunning said: That’s right by my house.
Time: 47 minutes
Distance: 3.05 miles
- half a dozen ducks
- 4 mockingbirds
- 4 mourning doves
- 5 red-winged blackbirds
- 1 crow bathing in the shallow water of the lake
- a bunch of birds I can’t identify
- 1 red-brown rabbit
- a cycling couple who stopped for a break and shared a quick kiss
All around a good walk. Good music, the sun wasn’t too bright, everyone on the path was friendly. Though it was stupidly humid. But I guess that’s just Florida.
Out on my walk.
Out for a morning walk around Lake Baldwin.
I could just ask my mom, she would know, but I know we had to go over a big bridge into Canada (it was all lit up at night) and my area was so small and rural that we had two grades in my classroom. But that was over 10 years ago, so…Comments
I say Southern Canada because we lived near the border of Michigan and Canada, though it was so long ago that I don’t remember the name of the town we lived in.Comments
I scrolled through the health/fitness page on Pinterest and didn’t see anything with my URL on it that I hadn’t made, but if this is happening, it needs to stop.
Stop it, people. My URL belongs on my workouts and only on my workouts.Comments
I preferred Milwaukee to the small towns (small towns led to me being bullied throughout high school) but Wisconsin is such an amazing state. Everywhere you go there’s a sense of community. Plus, fresh cheese curds from the Gibbsville Cheese Factory? To die for.Comments blog comments powered by Disqus