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Re: [at-l] one mile at a time

Good luck. I don't get my post-Christmas hike. My father-in-law died Christmas
night, and we are off to a funeral. We have different journeys, and don't
always when it begins or ends.

Atlanta, GA

At 11:40 PM 12/26/1998 -0500, Linda Bertoncini wrote:
>If I can manage to get Sonny up and out
>earlier I am going to try a short
>climb.  After being out of commission
>for so long with the ITBS and balance
>problems, I really do want to try and
>get back.  I don't really want to go
>alone this time until I am a bit more
>stable on my feet.  I think I will get
>up early and cook something that smells
>good.  That might wake him up!  So,
>hopefully, my Leki's and I will get a
>little jaunt in.  Do any of you feel
>like you are going backwards when you do
>a day hike?  Oh well, any little part of
>the A.T. that I can reach tomorrow will
>bring me great joy!  I must appreciate
>all the little things.  Springer on New
>Years!  Until then.......Linda
>Linda V. Bertoncini, R.N.,B.A.
>Member of Doulas of North America
>Blessed Beginnings: A Doula Service
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