It has been so very hot this summer that I haven’t taken many walks.
But a couple of days ago there was a break in the heat and I ventured out for a stroll.
This is a street I walk down often when I take a walk–which wasn’t often this summer.
A few blocks into my walk I saw this blocking the sidewalk.
Obviously a warning that something hazardous or unsafe or there may even be danger ahead.
So, I carefully avoided the dangerous barricade and walked off the sidewalk and onto the grass and around the barricade and back onto the sidewalk. I continued walking until I came to a second barricade and again carefully walked around it.
Then I began to wonder why there were signs indicating there was a hazardous or unsafe area on the sidewalk . I turned around to survey where I had been and saw the reason for the barricades.
Yes, in my ditziness I walked through wet cement.
It’s been so long since I took a walk that I guess I am out of practice.
Today, I think I am thankful that I was unobserved being a ditz, I didn’t hear anyone laughing–or cursing, and that it was just wet cement and not a hole being dug to China. That would have been a hazardous unsafe danger.
I know it is still Wednesday but this is Thursday’s post and I know it is Two Shoes Tuesday but we have until Friday to post it. Oh, the prompt for TST this week is danger.