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Today is a new day! It is time to get away from the computer, put on those walking shoes, get out, get fit and be creative! How is walking a creative activity? Well, pick up your camera, take it with you and start clicking away! You will be amazed by all the interesting and wonderful things you will discover, on your ordinary walk, around your once familiar neighborhood.

Become a Creatively Fit Teammate!

Creatively Fit is a fitness/photography blog designed to motivate blogger/photographers to get in shape. Each day, participants from across the globe are encouraged to walk, click, and connect with others who are grabbing their walking shoes and their cameras in an effort to stay creative and fit.

The task is simple. Leave a comment on a post, stating that you would like to join, and include your email address. You will receive an invitation to join the team. The assignment:

1. Walk 30-60 minutes each day (3-5 days per week). Work within your fitness level. Set a time limit that you are comfortable with (10, 15, 20 minutes). It's all about having fun and getting moving. Creativity and Fitness are bonuses!!
2. Click - Take photos of your journey.
Everything and anything goes, but we like creativity.
3. Connect - Post your name, state or country, time of walk, and 4 or 5 photos to the Creatively Fit blog.
4. Encourage one another with your comments and posts. Comments help to motivate one another into getting out there and sharing some more!
5. That’s it!


Our goal is to motivate and inspire one another as we unite together on our journey to creative fitness!! We are so glad you stopped by!

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Paula - Munich/Germany, 2:00 - 3:30pm



ERIN GO BRAUGH!
LONG LIVE IRELAND!

For the very first time ever I joined into the celebration.Wasnt easy gained as the day started with snow again and it didnt look like it would ever stop. BUT:
It did!

Our Irish and many of the Munich's International Community led the way.
It was fab.
So much FUN.

More of a slow walk ....














Patrick, a British boy who got enslaved by the Irish,
returned after several years of shepharding
to the place of origin. Here he had a vision
which he describes:
"I saw a man coming, as it were from Ireland. His name was Victoricus, and he carried many letters, and he gave me one of them. I read the heading: "The Voice of the Irish". As I began the letter, I imagined in that moment that I heard the voice of those very people who were near the wood of Foclut, which is beside the western sea—and they cried out, as with one voice: "We appeal to you, holy servant boy, to come and walk among us."

Strict according to etiquette: First St. Patrick, followed by the carriage of the Irish Consul to Munich and the Mayor of Munich ;-))

I loved this dog. What do you think?














Happy for all of the particpants that the snow
stopped and the instruments and dances didnt
get disturbed. The cold however was bone creeping.














Irish Celts, the descendants of my ancestors:
The Celts of central "Europe."














The kids of the Irish School in Munich had FUN!














Green whereever you look!
Today it isnt meant environmentally!






















Medley of moments!
Look at the shoes / middle top pic!














;-)))

3 comments:

Sara said...

Wow, this is the last thing I would have expected to see in Munich...a parade honoring the Irish! Erin go braugh! I've a bit of the Irish meself....

Evelyn Howard said...

Interesting photos.

Cindy @ Chalk it Up! said...

I love the way you've captured the parade head on!! On St. Patrick's Day we are all Irish for a day! We do have Irish blood in our family:) My little one looks all Irish with his reddish hair and frecks!
Erin Go Bragh!