I’m reblogging Trent’s Weekly Smile this week as it is filled with energy and movement – a similar week to mine but in a different way. My energy was focused on writing and editing this week. It was put to good use to assist the children at my school finish of their competition entries for the BBC2 #500words competition. My weekly smile was knowing that these children put their best writing forward and pushed themselves to finish on a tight deadline. That dedication and resilience made me feel proud to be part of their education process and inspired me to do more to help them.
Now take a gander with Trent as he tells you about his fantastic kayaking and the natural beauty he encountered when out and about. I don’t know where he gets all the energy from, but it definitely gives me a weekly smile to read about it!
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My smile is going to be a bit different today. Why not? 🙂
I got up relatively early on Saturday (18th) morning. The sun was just making an appearance and lighting my bedroom. I went into the kitchen for my boring breakfast routine. As I ate, I watched out the window, actually a sliding glass door. From my kitchen table I can see Swan Pond just at the end of the road. There is a landing, so the view of the water is unobstructed.
The day looked good. There was barely a ripple on the pond, meaning there was little wind. I hoped this was true all over the Cape (what we call Cape Cod). Sometimes I will see little wind, but then going out it will be very strong where I want to walk.
I was out the door by 7:45 and headed to…
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