Monday, October 27, 2014

Ice Flight


The only way I know to fly is on thin blades and smooth ice.

15 comments:

  1. When I was younger, l always wanted to try ice skating, but I never got around to learning how. I enjoy watching the figure skaters during the Olympics, too. Have a blessed day... :)

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    1. I am 45 and learned to skate about 3 or 4 years ago. It's not too late! :)

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  2. I used to skate when I was young! What fun that was.

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  3. Hi Sandi! It's so fun to feel like your flying, isn't it? I feel that way when I am swimming, or even taking a power walk. It feels so effortless.
    Love that!
    Ceil

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    1. Hi, Ceil!

      YES, a very freeing feeling!

      :)

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  4. Hi Sandi, so nice to meet you too. I'm so happy you enjoyed visiting with me enough to want to be a follower. I've opted not to put that field on my blog but I do hope you'll come to see me again. Maybe you can add me to your blog roll. I've added you to mine and I look forward to visiting with you againl

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  5. I have always admired people who can balance and skate! I did manage to master roller skating a VERY long time ago and haven't tried for YEARS...but I do enjoy watching others!

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  6. Sandi: I wanted ice skates one year for Christmas. My mother found a pair of used ones in the classified ads. When I went with a neighbor girl to the pond where everyone went, I couldn't stand up on the skates. My inner ankles were against the ice. I only went a handful of times. I think those on TV and in theOlympics are very graceful. As you can tell, I am not.

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  7. I haven't been ice skating in.....a looong time :) Have a delightful Wednesday!

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  8. If for only a moment I could do one thing I can not do with Polio... it would be to skate...FLY...on the ice.

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  9. Sandie maybe one day i will write about it...I have mentioned it a few times that I have Polio in my right leg. I use a cane and on occasion a walker. I got Polio before i was a year old.

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  10. I don't *fly* on the ice...but, my boys and hubby do. We live in Canada and hockey is our sport. :) Blessings, Camille

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  11. One of my best childhood memories was when our back yard froze into a huge sheet of ice. My mom and my aunts ran out and bought a bunch of used ice skates and we had the most amazing time ice skating in our backyard and sipping on hot chocolate.

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