“What’s the point?” my husband asked yesterday morning. “I’m starting to lose my patience with this.”
“We are taking a walk, exploring Old Town,” I answered more than a little frustrated.
What a different approach we have. It was Memorial Day morning and we drove to Old Town Scottsdale to get our steps and take in some new scenery besides the saguaro cactus in our own neighborhood. I was content to walk through the streets without a destination. My husband, on the other hand, wanted to know where we were going. He cannot aimlessly wander.
I thought maybe he was getting hangry so I googled breakfast spots in Old Town on my iphone. I had a destination for us to walk to and he was a happy camper. Although in reality, we weren’t doing anything different than before. We were walking around town, looking in windows, stopping to take photos.
Do you need a destination for your walks and exploration — or can you aimlessly wander like me?