Boundaries of Leisure Provide Joy

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Boundaries

Fences around swimming pools provide security from the outside world, and ensure safety both inside and outside the fence.

For dogs who get to swim once a year in a public swimming pool, the boundaries of a fence exist to provide a joy that knows no bounds!

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Original image by Kimberly Glaster. Used with permission.

The lines are painted onto the bottom of a pool to provide the foundational structure for swimming activities. This is a view you do not see every day, as pool managers attend a facility training.

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In full swing, the pool allows for the joy of competition, wellness, and play.

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Do boundaries place limits on your life and leisure? Or do they provide the structure for access and safety?

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