Hey everyone! At one point in time we have all had an opinion on a topic and that opinion has changed drastically. Well today I must confess I have changed my opinion on running in the street.
I’m not much of a runner but when I do run I always run on the sidewalk for a few reasons. One being I am afraid of getting hit by a crazy driver who is not paying attention and also because I have always found it slightly annoying when I am driving and there is a person running in the street when there is a perfectly good sidewalk 10 feet to the right of them.
I believe Karma finally caught up with me for being a little annoyed at all of these runners. I was not even 50 yards away from my house this evening when I tripped on the uneven sidewalk. I jammed my ankle and lost my balance. I’m sure I looked like a fool falling all over the place. However, against my better judgment I decided to run in the road. Oh my gosh!! What a different experience! I was able to run like the wind and not trip on my feet trying to dodge the uneven cement. I will admit I will always run in the street from now on and I will think twice before I complain about someone running in the road.
We as humans are quick to judge and make an opinion on something we have never tried before. My advice: always give something a try before you make an opinion. If your original opinion was wrong admit you may have been too quick to judge. No one is perfect and we all make mistakes. Try something new, learn from every experience and have no regrets!
Share a confession in the comments below about a time when you were too quick to judge and what you learned from the experience. I will do a recap post in a few days and highlight most, if not all of your shared confessions. Remember you can submit the comments anonymously so no one will know your story. I’m so excited to read your comments!
I hope you have a safe and enjoyable weekend! The weather is supposed to be fantastic so get outside and soak up the sun, BUT don’t forget the sunscreen! And remember, nice girls always finish first!