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He has had years with control trouble and once led the league in walks.
We also did our own stand-up paddleboarding, with our kids, David and Sophia, and went for long morning beach walks, rarely seeing others.
The last time I saw a friend in person, for a long walk by the river, I returned home buzzing as if I had been to a party with a hundred people.
Rather, he understands when people from all walks of life are considered for important positions, the resulting workforce will be more diverse — and stronger for it.
When he senses that we’re getting ready for a walk, or just before or after we feed him, Archie looks around for the rabbit, grabs it in his mouth, then prances about, whipping it back and forth.
In the days that followed neighbors offered encouragement, asking her to take a walk or join in a Zumba class.
Writing creative product descriptions isn’t a walk in the park.
After nine months of living through an extended state of emergency, it’s clear who’s in your ride-or-die crew, who you can call if you need a walk, a talk or some help.
Even a 20-minute circuit of body-weight exercises or a fast-paced walk can do wonders.
My frustration only grew when my next stop took me to Ebenezer Baptist Church, just a short walk from the Williams’ house.

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