The funny thing is they can do more things now. For instance, they can climb this horrible, dreadful, high hill on our road. They can climb it over and over again. Sure they get tired, but they don’t burn and ache like they use to. This was clearly pointed out to me the other night when my walking buddy, who I’ll call Long and Lean, stated, “My legs are burning!”
“Mine aren’t,” I replied in my best snotty voice.
I wasn’t being a snotty girl for nothin’. Just moment before, as we ran (yeah, I run now too) from point A to point B, long and lean girl laughed at me. She laughed. I know I’m slow, I’ve never been much of a runner, but that girl with zero body fat laughed at the fat girl. Not nice. Not. Nice.At.All.
When she started to complain that her legs had started to burn climbing the hill, well, I laughed. I laughed until my side-ached. “Ha! Take that Long and Lean. You may be skinny, but my muscles climb the hill without pain. Ha ha ha!!!”
Yeah, I probably took it too far. I said too much. I laughed too loud.
But DANG that felt good.
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