In my mind Denver is always sunny and beautiful. Today was a perfect example of what I think of when someone mentions Colorado; 50 degrees and perfect bluebird skies on the day before winter solstice. Hallelujah Mother Nature!
This weather is to runners what a pair of hot blonde twins are to The Situation. It made my body crave a run all day. Unfortunately I did not get that chance until the sun was going down and the temperature was back down to about 37 degrees. About ten minutes into my run I realized that my legs were moving a lot faster than they usually are. Well that, or my legs were half frozen and just felt like they were moving fast in comparison to the thick cold air. I immediately regretted not grabbing my running beanie, gloves and a face mask (yes, I run with those sometimes. Creeped out yet?).
Once I adapted to a normal stride I started gazing at the beautiful houses that face the park. My mind started wandering to a life that does not require quarters to do a load of laundry and of neighbors that do not practice playing the guitar at 11 pm every night. I think that’s part of the reason I enjoy running in Washington Park so much, the beautiful houses allow my mind to dream of the life that I know I will have. Do not get me wrong, in a few short weeks Michael and I will already have an amazing life together…but there is something wonderful about allowing my mind to get lost in the future while my body is so actively engaged in the present.
If I knew what a hashtag meant then this is what mine would be #gratefulforthepresentexcitedforthefuture Too long? Sorry, I warned you that I have zero clue how they are used!
You used it perfectly. #naturalborntweeter
The house looks perfect! We could have coffee on the swing on summer mornings! Love You
i love your hashtag.