05 June 2007

This cracketh me up

So you know how I've been running lately? (Just nod like you know this.) Well, this week I hijacked my husband's mp3 player so I could have a bit of music for company. I love it.

The best part, though, is that whenever this song



jumps up in the mix, I'm startled into a sudden burst of energy. And it makes me almost laugh.

So yeah, if you happen to live by me and see some jogging girl morph from a sober plod to a smiling sprint, you'll know what song came on.

8 comments:

Kimberly said...

Isn't it amazing the power music has to affect us? Love it!

Seeker said...

durn, it won't play for me...

and what are ya...trying to make me jealous with your new snazzy header?

humph...

:)...

Tonya said...

nic...that is so funny! I just finally got back into running too and that totally happens to me when any Rob Thomas song comes onto to my ipod. He is like my personal trainer...(don't I wish he was)! Good for you for getting out & running...

Amelia said...

Hey running buddy ;o)
My iPod always spurs me on when I hear John Mayer's "Heart Of Life."

I don't know what I look like running, not sure if I smile, frown, or purse my lips....I feel like I'm a big lug limping down a trail...but it feels goo---ood!

Amelia

Melissa said...

That's awesome! When I'm working out I like to hear the country song by Rodney Atkins "If You're Going Through Hell"... very motivating :)

Anne said...

The Rolling Stones are good to listen to for a rockin' beat. Sometimes I forget I hate to excercise when I sing along. Springsteen, too.

Gina said...

I love the song you have playing...and the song that inspires you to run with Joy! Great post!!

Gina

Anne said...

The Rolling Stones are good to listen to for a rockin' beat. Sometimes I forget I hate to excercise when I sing along. Springsteen, too.