Worth the Climb

We stood on the sand, the calm waters nearing us, then falling back with the tide. The three of them were in a stand-off with me. Did I want to hike the nearby cliffs named Giant’s Foot that overlook the ocean with them?

I threw out every excuse in the book, which were echoed back to me by each of them in turn:

I’m tired. ( It’s not that hard, they said).

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Educator, business owner, writer, do-gooder (mostly), trouble-maker (sometimes). Personal coaching & leadership retreats hosted through www.venture-within.com

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