You can look at a mountain as a wild place of beauty to view or paint or photograph from a safe distance; or a wild place capable of destruction like Mount St. Helens. Or you can look at it as a wild challenge that you take on one step at a time. When you begin the challenge you'll have no idea how long it will take to get to the top, but you know you will with the support of your team.
We are here for you! We'll help you climb that mountain. You'll find us on the rocky slopes, the shady valleys, the wild flower meadows, the glacier lakes.
It really WILL make a difference if you plan first, maybe put that plan in the tracker before the day. You can plan ahead a week at a time.
I find that if I put it in there, I USUALLY follow through with my plan. Sometimes fate snags the plan, like the eggplant dies before its time in the plan, but it's easy enough to change the tracker. 1385 days ago