INDAAAAAAA! I have goosebumps!! While I was scrolling down your replies and bracha's I thought I was getting dizzy with all those stairs ... and THOUGHT THAT I'D POST THE MATTERHORN TO TELL YOU THAT I had been ... well no not on the peak, but up to 3.300 meters above sea level .. AND IN THAT VERY MOMENT THE MATTERHORN MATERIALIZED ON THE SCREEN ...... you imagine!
This is amazing! A M A Z I N G!
I was on many Swiss mountains and .... hmmm ... I am preparing/planning to get up there once more before crossing the border ...
Thank you for posting my favorite mountain! I have a life love story with mountains and that one witnessed a great love of my youth too ...
Now seriously girls: I HAVE NOT EATEN MY ICE-CREAM yesterday evening (of course I had one in the afternoon, but still .... THIS IS A PROGRESS!). And I had a long walk, dissolving in the heat, but NOW, right now I can hardly stand on my feet, sitting is painful too .... I slept in the draught and enjoyed the cool fresh breeze ... it was 25° Celsius, wonderful in comparison to the heights of temperature we touch during the day .... but i pay such a price now for feeling fresh during the night ...
but whatever ... it will pass!
Meanwhile I want to thank you dear Inda for starting this thread: IT IS DOING ME GOOD!
I love you, dear Inda and dear Lilie.
Let's go on, you are walking a lot Inda. I take the car to go to the office, I cross the town to get there ... 12 km.
A heart specialist once said that it is to prefer to walk even in the town with all the cars' "outputs" instead of not walking at all. But of course I prefer the park .... at least once a week, at my own rhythm. I intended to go today and now here I am stuck ... in pain!
My consolation ... to be with you.
Must find another image of the Matterhorn to celebrate beauty and to celebrate our determination to exercise ... (dreaming of .... hahaha!).
... where this photo begins is the very point where I have managed to climb up ...from this point on one needs the rope and all the equipment, for which I have never opted (my father did it though .... I have inherited his passion for the mountains).
Bye for now! Ohh ... I have renounced also to put butter on my toast this morning, which is another great victory ... as I always say that Sunday morning breakfast is sacred and butter contributes to it (during the week never)... but today I had proof that even without butter it was a beautiful moment ...