The weather has been a bit crazy – snow in Colorado and Arkansas…and it’s the first week of May! I wish that would be indicative of a cooler summer, but I know that’s not the case.
We are very fortunate here in Texas for one last enjoyable glimpse of spring – this past weekend the cooler weather meant 55-degree mornings and a really lovely opportunity to go for a walk in the park. With 100-degree weather just around the corner, I jumped at the opportunity for one of the last pleasant strolls I’ll be able to have before fall arrives.
My go-to spot? Eisenhower Park – a quick 2-minute drive from my house!
People don’t often think of Texas tumbleweed, wild flowers and cactus as a lovely sight, but there’s something about being outdoors and enjoying the fresh air and sounds of wildlife. I highly encourage you to stop by Eisenhower Park – trees line the pathways, roadrunners scurry across the trail, and it’s a welcome break from your daily stresses.