What a week for long walks. Finally. It. Did. Not. Hurt. To. Be. Outside.  

Exhilarating, even if likely fleeting. Walking on the American Academy of Arts and Sciences grounds, I squished mud with my boots, only just resisting the urge to start puddle stomping. Maybe next time I will give in. 

On our Sunday wander, we encountered a group of teenagers roller skating and skateboarding, whilst Prince’s “1999” boomed. Everything old … as they say. I wondered if they still shoot the duck, but a grown woman standing around a park filled with kids is weird, so we kept moving.  

People out everywhere, including a neighbor I really like but only know her dog’s name (it’s Oscar). 

A bananas lawn strewn artfully with junk on a street I’d somehow never walked on before. 

I pulled down my mask briefly and smelled cigarettes and dryer sheets. 

What did you see on your walks this week? Share in the comments! 

For more photos from walks, check out my stories on Instagram @wonderandsundry. 

If you post a photo from a walk and tag it #sundrywalks, I’ll feature it in my stories. 

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