"We thought you did it on purpose," they said.
"WHAT DID I DO ON PURPOSE?"
"Look down," they said, and then the whole classroom lost their minds.
I was wearing two different shoes. One was brown; one was black. One had a buckle; the other didn't. They had two different heel heights. I had been wearing them since 6:30 that morning, and the only way I noticed was after the class told me.
I would like to say that I have grown since then, but this morning, as I got out of the car to meet my running peeps, Shelby took one look at me and said, "Are those two different shoes?"
Jen said, "I wasn't going to say anything. I thought there might be a reason."
I looked down, and this is what I saw:
|I meant to do that.|
This did not stop me from having a fantastic morning run with Shelby and Jen. We started on the Bike and Hike and quickly changed our minds when we saw the ice coating the path. The roads in Peninsula were perfect for an eight mile run in 40-something degree weather. We all agreed to take our time, and we were rewarded with plenty of sights, starting with some deer on the Bike and Hike.
Our next stop was to look at these turkeys:
|I wanted to tell them, "Fly! Fly for your feathery lives!" Then I remembered that turkeys can't fly.|
Then we saw some adorable goats:
|After owning goats as a child, you would think I'd be immune to them because, really, they are nasty, but just look at them! LOOK AT THESE GOATS!|
|This is EXACTLY how I look when I feel I belong. Also, we look like we just finished an 80's Jazzercise video. I promise we aren't wearing leg warmers.|
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