Commuting, Futbol, and other stuff of little importance
Envy is in the eye of the beholder, or something like that. When we were up in Louisville a couple of weeks ago, my wife and I took my mom up to Cherokee Park and pushed her around the loop in her wheelchair. My wife and I commented several times about how great it was to have a park like that.I grew up on the south side. When I was a teen, we went to Iroquois and Waverly parks, mostly. Cherokee and Seneca parks were part of the unknown. Now that my sister lives on Cannons Lane just down the street from the entrance to Seneca Park, I can see what I was missing. What a beautiful area. And, I really like to see all those folks out enjoying the outdoors.Well, the kids are on Fall break, so it is off to the Louisville Zoo and the Science Center for a day or two.Andy
Good point Andy b. Louisville's parks are top notch and getting better. Thanks for getting that in perspective.And the Zoo and SC are both great with little ones. Mine are older now, but we spent many a day/evening at those 2 locales.
Well, we just got back. What beautiful fall weather we had walking around the zoo. What's that...? Oh yeah, that's right, it was 90 and the kids were complaining about being hot about halfway through. Why is it that the zoo always sounds better than it turns out to be?
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