Wow. THAT was a great run.
I know Julie. We are so F-A-S-T.
We weren’t going that fast, Juls.
Oh yeah? Did you see how we blew past that guy?
He was walking.
Well…what about the guy who was running?
He was old.
I don’t care what you say. We were going FAST.
That’s not what Ms. Garminia said.
She lies. Plus, she didn’t even want to finish the run.
Yeah. “Exhausted Battery.” She’s always using that excuse.
Hey, what was up with you on the hill?
What do you mean?
When you put your hands up in the air at the top of the hill.
I was doing the Rocky thing.
Well at least I didn’t cower when the bus went by.
He was heading right for us.
Okay. What about you? Checking the cyclist butt out when he rode by.
Was NOT. I was just trying to figure out the best way to make him fall.
And the guy ahead of us, who you were chasing?
I couldn’t let him beat us.
He was a MILE ahead of us.
You wanted to see if he was cute. Didn’t you? You’re always checking out the guys these days.
Well you never know when our perfect man is going to come along.
You said that you weren’t going to go looking; that he was going to have to fall into our lap.
I never said that I couldn’t trip him in order to make it happen.
HaHa. Aren’t you the comedian?
What about you? Ms. Sunshine, waving at everybody who passes by.
I’m just making sure that no more bad luck comes our way. Karma and all.
Okay, You have a point.
Well Ms. Speedy, what was with running behind the SUV who was clearly letting us cross.
I ran behind so he wouldn’t continue staring at our arse.
Yeah. THAT worked alright. He just looked when we hit the sidewalk. I don’t think he was even going that way in the first place.
And the next car? The one you ran in FRONT of.
He was cute. And he had a nice smile.
Now you’re just being silly.
Well, what ARE we going to tell Coach?
What do you mean?
This was supposed to be an “easy run.”
We’ll tell him the truth; that it was a beautiful, sunny day. And we were listening to some great music.
And we were “moved” by it?
He’ll buy that story.
Just so you know Juls, on Sunday’s long run, we’re going to listen to the R & R Playlist.
Aw. Not again Julie. It’ll take us 10 hours to run 20 miles!
Girls. Can’t we all just get along?
Who let her back in?
Yeah, Little Girl, we kicked you out of here years ago.
We don’t need your Rodney King make-everyone-happy stuff anymore.
Yeah. We’ve grown up.
If you say so.
Oh, you are so out of here.
You have the best mental chatter of anyone I know. How do you remember? I spend my runs having day dreams and fantasies and when I’m done running they are gone – poof!
This was so fun to write. Plus it made for a very entertaining run.