On Labor Day, I dressed up and walked 3.1 miles around Cape Cod (slow intentionally to be a tourist) as part of the Riveter Run virtual event.
As some of you know, my grandmother is a Rosie (worked during WWII). She is also the MA chapter president of the American Rosie the Riveter Association.
Here’s our family of 3 stopping for a caffeine break
In the pandemic, I’ve been having trouble getting my fitness in – so what works for me is being active as a family.
Walks around the zoo, aquarium, outside, etc – still count as activity, even if they’re at toddler speed.
Here’s hoping next year on Labor Day it will be safe to host a bell ringing honoring the Rosies again.
The August photo blogging challenge was “
I was excited about this timing, having started a new role of Boston City Lead for The GIST.
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COVID-19 has knocked out professional sports but I still found some photos.
My toddler and future soccer fan
A virtual conference I was attending, New Leaders Council, was crashed by Gritty, a NHL mascot.
I’m super into politics, especially down ballot local. Some of my friends working for political campaigns consider politics a sport.
That’s me wearing my “vote” mask
Backyard “sports” games on a trip to Cape Cod
Since I am running late for posting, I am using this to my advantage and posting 2 photos taken in September but they super fit the theme.
Those are my five (six?) photos for the challenge. Looking forward to seeing what others came up with!
This monthly photo blogging challenge is facilitated by PJ of the Northeast Bloggers Network .