Sunday, September 16, 2012

Walking: Did you do a lot of ambling during holidays?

Yeah... I miss holiday time. It was so great to do things you normally have no option of doing. Let me take you on another journey to your holiday days when you felt freed from all the confines of everyday life... Think of those days when you could 


AMBLE

... for hours just enjoying the environment around you. What a beautiful word it is to describe a way of walking, isn't it? The word refers to walking at an easy pace, walking leisurely; in Polish we say 'iść spokojnym krokiem'.This word can also mean "kłusować" or may be used as a noun to mean "kłus" or "spokojny krok".


A few examples from the Internet:

  • We ambled along as we talked.
  • Paul was ambling through a crowded street fair when he decided to stop and sit at a Palm Reader's table.
  • She ambled down the street, stopping occasionally to look in the shop windows.
  • Two booze-fiends were ambling homeward at an early hour, after being out nearly all night.
  • We were ambling in completely the wrong direction.            

My question to you:
Did you do a lot of ambling during holidays? Where did you amble? Who were you ambling with?

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