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To Live Forever Reader Question Eight

Apologies for the second post for today, but last night’s updates fell into a cell-hole.

Keep those questions coming, and I’ll keep answering them!

To see the best photos from Day Seven of my Natchez Trace 444-mile walk: Andra Watkins Tumblr

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  1. I suppose it’s about time for a day off and that’s why your question is coming from indoors instead of on the Trace. Are you still as excited about what you’re doing as you were when you started?

    March 8, 2014
  2. Oh, don’t apologize, sir! I know you over-waxed the floor, slipped when you slid across it in your skivvies and hit your head (ouch!), so you were out for a bit. Hey, it happens!

    I have no questions for Andra, but I generally don’t ask many anyway. My questions tend to throw people for loops and make them think they’ve moved through time, so I shall remain silent… 😀

    March 8, 2014
    • The virtual tag-team on this project has been a challenge. I’ve been out of internet range more than I’ve been in it, and what I’ve had (until today) has been painfully slow.

      March 8, 2014
  3. It sounds like you recorded that in the jungle! I was sure a bird was going to swoop into the frame! 🙂

    March 8, 2014
    • I was on the porch at the last place we stayed. I figured it might be a nice change to see me looking not-quite-so-hag-like.

      March 8, 2014
  4. That voodoo that you do ….

    March 8, 2014
    • I love my voodoo doll. I never feel alone when I look over and see him looking straight ahead.

      March 8, 2014
      • Kind of like Tom Hanks and WILSON! in CastAway! 😀

        March 9, 2014
      • It feels like that sometimes, Nancy.

        March 9, 2014
  5. Sorry. I would have commented sooner, but, I was busy looking up Hector de Silva.
    Glad your feet are holding up, and, from previous post, that you’ve met almost kinfolk along the trail.

    March 8, 2014
  6. Emily Guess #

    We enjoyed hearing your tales from Alice this weekend. We are so proud of you and are behind you 100%. Keep it up to the end.

    March 8, 2014
  7. Nice to see you indoors 🙂 I love talking to myself. I would do it more often if I was alone more 😉

    March 9, 2014
  8. That voodoo doll is quite colorful. There are times that I admit to having voices or having conversations with voices and some of my friends will tell me that I should not admit to that. HA! Sometimes the voices keep us sane I suppose. Loving the videos Andra, thanks for sharing part of your experience with us. One of the things that I find during my walks on the nature trail in West Ashley (forget the name of it all of a sudden) is that it is very peaceful and therapeutic. It gives me the ability to separate myself from social media and the world in general. It is a great time to pray, meditate and think about stuff. Andra, do you feel the same way when you are walking?

    March 10, 2014
  9. Ack! I just caught this! So glad you’re in good (and powerful) company! Take a break if he starts to talk back, though. 🙂

    March 11, 2014

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