Plane delay on the way home. Cricket was not impressed, but a great sport about it. A sweet lady came up to me and said she saw me getting out of the van and thought Cricket must be from Guide Dogs for the Blind because of her sweet face! Her enthusiasm for GDB and these dogs was so genuine and kind. I left San Rafael with such deep appreciation for the many people that make a working guide dog team possible. Truly inspiring.
Arriving in the SLC Airport, I was walking quickly to baggage claim to see Steve. This Delta employee came up to me and said he'd been trying to catch up with me so he could assist me to baggage claim :). We walked and talked the rest of the way. He gave a subtle left - right at times that made our journey easier.
My friend and yoga instructor calls life at fast pace times - high speed wobble. I'm in a bit of high speed wobble right now. Life is good and I'm so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such a fabulous organization - Guide Dogs for the Blind that has blessed my life tremendously.
Going to click 'post' - knock at the door that my running partner is here :).
What's in store for your weekend?