The focus of Haiku Dialogue, a weekly column of The Haiku Foundation, changed to color. Tia Haynes, continuing as the editor, chose to begin with all the hues of yellow. Her commentary included the fact that this column received the most submissions since her inception as editor. This pedometer geek feels fortunate that one of my haiku was accepted.
never the color
~Nancy Brady, 2020
Check out Tia’s commentary on a few haiku as well as all of the other haiku at http://www.thehaikufoundation.org under Haiku Dialogue. Next week’s column will be the color blue, and submissions will be accepted until midnight on Saturday.
On a totally different subject, April is Healthcode’s Million Mile Month, in which the Healthcode community collectively tries to reach 1,000,000 miles whether by walking, running, swimming. or other exercises. Donations are accepted to help various charities, too.
Once again, this pedometer geek joined the community, and challenged myself to contribute at least 100 miles. As of April 8, this pedometer geek has managed over 28 miles. With the “stay home, shelter in place” mandate, this pedometer geek may be spending more time on the treadmill than usual.
Of course, it is never too late to join the Million Mile Month at http://www.healthcode.org and help the community reach the goal of a million miles.