Walking Together: Do You Get Ahead or Fall Behind?

Ever feel like you're playing catch-up during a walk? I sure do, especially when I'm out with my wife, Nicole.

She's a whole seven inches shorter than me, and let me tell you, those inches make all the difference when it comes to our walking pace. I'm practically jogging to keep up with her!

The other day, as we strolled by the lake, I finally mustered up the courage to say, "Babe, I can barely see you. I just want to make sure you're safe."

Her response? That heart-melting smile. "They may not see you," she said, "but I know I'm not alone because you're always near." And then, with a wink, she added, "Sound familiar?"

And it hit me. Our walks aren't about keeping pace; they're about being together, stride by stride, heart to heart.

So, to anyone feeling like they're lagging behind in life, remember this: it's not about the speed; it's about the bond that keeps us connected, even when our strides differ.

Here's to walking together, wherever the path may lead.

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