Hope Springs Eternal.
Not a chance, Red!
Zen Master once say ‘ Never Happen”!
Red, you’re handicapped. Rover doesn’t have to lug thick school books on the run. let Rover carry the books and see if the field levels.
Ah yes, I remember getting a pair of brown shoes in 2nd grade and I swear it made me faster. That anecdote reminds me of sports aficionados who will continue to buy the newest racket or golf club to get that extra edge to their game. It’s true that new technology can give you an edge (I now wear lighter tennis shoes), but only to a point. The rest is up to you and your body.
Summer vacation is around the corner, little ones! Get ready for fun ;)
What! He already abandoned his PF flyers!
Assuming a school year of approximately 265 instructional days, looks like Red and Rover have been racing from the bus stop for about 3.64 years. But then again, they probably don’t race every day … sometimes they just stroll along, happy to be in one another’s company again after a long day of separation.
Red…this is when Rover totally excels
I wonder who will succeed first: Red in his race or Charlie Brown kicking a field goal?
When I lived in the woods, there was a 50-foot clearing around the house. At the end of our daily walk in the woods, I would stop at the edge of the clearing and say to my cat, “Ready, Kirby?” then run as fast as I could toward the house. At some point, Kirby would always pass me and be waiting, grooming conspicuously in the garden when I arrived.
He will never beat Rover.
It’s not how fast you get there, it’s how much fun you have on the way.
Maybe Red should try running barefoot.
You’ll go blind doing that
Red…give up. Rover is a 4 legger and you’re just a 2 legger. That means he’ll run twice as fast. Do the math.
November 20, 2013