I love it because I get to run with my husband and it’s like a daily scheduled date.
My dog gets to run with us and stops acting like a backhoe in my backyard.
We run in timed interval, meaning that we feel like we’re super speedy fast while we’re actually running. In fact, it turns more into a fun-loving race between the two of us. And people who drive-by at those moments remark that we look like these amazing runners (not joggers) and we amaze them that we can run so fast while looking like non-athletes, good-looking non-athletes. Disclosure: People who drive-by are remarking with their nonverbal face expressions – I’m just really good at reading them.
We run with soundtrack music during said intervals so we totally feel like we can relate to action heroes when we watch movies.
Phooey. I knew I should’ve started with the cons, cause I can’t remember any at this moment.
And if you’re feeling skeptical by my proclamation of love for running, don’t worry – it’s International Skeptics Day – the feeling is totally normal on this day and will likely pass tomorrow.
*Thanks to Facebook people who told me how to remove permanent marker off the counter!