Dear Girl next me on stationary bike today,
Hello Girl (for short), hope your day is better than the 15 minutes we shared today. Yes, we did indeed share some of our day, although it seems I did not notice you staring at me, I most certainly did. I was curious as to why you had to consistently look at me every minute and a half…I mean I was on a stationary bike, what did you think might happen? Were you hoping I could do a handstand on the handlebars? I saw that once on on of those Xtreme Sport shows and although it looks easy and their bikes are moving I still don’t think I could do that. You see, I am somewhat clumsy as I am sure you have some inkling to suspect with the bruises on my shins or the scabs on my hand. Were you bother by my lack of focus on my workout the first 5 minutes because of my asthma flareup. Yeah sorry about that, you seemed annoyed, but the thing is, I couldn’t breathe, but I do deeply regret that inconvenience to you, however slight it was, the rain and cold have been tough on me so if I didn’t use my inhaler I would have had to stop my work out and go get help or miserably tried to continue my work out and help would have had to have been called. Granted I only really needed to focus on my workout during the high intensity portion which is like…I don’t know every 2 or 3 minutes, well I’m sure you know as you clearly were paying more attention than I was to my workout, it was hard to focus with your staring. Did you think that during the high intensity times I might just actually pedal off through the brick back and hit Olympic? I guess that could be a scary thought, I mean I was peddling pretty damn hard, we both know I was covered in sweat. Which though it appeared I didn’t notice you , I have excellent peripheral vision, but you didn’t sweat…at all. I know I must be entertaining to watch and my singing can be captivating but you’re half my age dear, you need to be sweating or you’re going to get fat within 5 years.