Here’s how people take a beautiful moment, sap it up, make an example, take out the guts, divinity, and leave banal, bored, magnet-for-refrigerator-wisdom.
I was running.
I was running, and it was hard. I was going uphill. I left the house at 12:44, and wasn’t sure If I’d have enough time to get back home, shower, and pick up my son. I ran to Prospect Park (1.2 miles) and kept going around the loop (3 miles), however, in the middle of that run (2.7 miles) I should have made a left turn. It would Continue reading Running