After a quick stop this morning at The Secret Garden to feed the stray kitties, pick up garbage, add my scraps to the compost pile, and water plants, I headed over to the Mishref Walking Path.
While most of the country suffers from lack of space and parking, Mishref is a lovely residential area with a nice, big main road with a median. And because it's a residential area, it's maintained more than commercial or apartment areas.
It also happens to be one of the greener spots in Kuwait.
This is the first time I've actually been to to this walking path. Since we have a small one by our house, my husband prefers to just head out the door to it rather than driving to a different one as he feels that is just defeating the purpose of walking.
But now that I have time, and free mornings, I am determined to explore more.
And of course, I can't just stay on the path. I have to wander.
Kuwait celebrates National Day on February 25th and Liberation Day on February 26th each year which is depicted on the archways along the path that light up at night. I took a picture of the 26 reflected on the ground. When that date rolls around in February of 2016, I will celebrate my 50th birthday. Seems so very strange to say. Age sure is a funny thing.
I called it quits after 45 minutes because of the high humidity but am definitely looking forward to getting out there again, especially when the weather is cooler.
Hope your day is a good one.