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Sunday, April 30, 2006

Cast your shadow

Originally uploaded by shersteve.

As tall as I am (6'2") my shadow makes me appear even taller in this declining sunlight. I appear to be almost as tall as the trees next to me, although in reality, there is no comparison. But you don't know that from the picture. Only the shadow knows!

How far does your shadow cast?

Turning the windward tack, the month of April is rapidly receeding as the sunlight sets. I will acknowledge that I am behind in summarizing the activity in what has been a month of discovering where the women are in the Power of We.

I have two more interviews in the hopper. One awaiting the interviewee final approval, the other pending the completion of my draft for review.

Given the work schedule for the week ahead: I only have three days in the office with the Good Experience Live in NYC on 5/4-5, I have plenty to write about and precious little time with which to write.

So there is work to do.
I must not delay.
Enough shadow casting for this day!


  • At 8:30 PM, Blogger Shirley Buxton said…

    I'm sure as a child--or maybe as an adult--you tried to catch up with your shadow. I remember trying to step on mine on the sidewalk in front of my house. Never caught it.

    Interesting post.



  • At 6:31 PM, Blogger Steve Sherlock said…

    Yes, indeed Shirley. I frequently chase or race my shadows when running. When the shadows come from street lights, there is a time where they are behind you, work their way until they're even and just when you think you might win one for a change, they take off and leave you in their shadow dust again. Makes for an interesting run!

    I wrote about shadow racing as well on my running blog:

  • At 10:02 PM, Blogger Judie Pairan said…

    My dad was everything to me. When I was little, I used to walk behind him, enfolded in the warmth of his shadow. I've followed his shadow ever since, in all that I do and love in life.


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