Tonight's weather was most acceptable* for a nice run. I headed down to the local track where I saw ace* speedster Joe ripping it up. His pace was admirable*; despite the agreeable* conditions, mine was bad*. Meanwhile, Coach Marty was being the boss*. I saw him bully* Rochelle and Tracey around the track many times. He was spending his knowledge capital*. They're all trying to run faster, but that's not my choice*. Their efforts are commendable*; mine are congenial*. Training as hard as they were, I'm not sure they appreciated my (wise) cracks*.
By the way, the running track at Hart park is deluxe*. I think a track like that is excellent* for the joints and I'm sure speedsters could turn in exceptional* times on its soft surface. With a little favorable* weather and I'm sure a first-class* runner like Joe or Matt could turn in a first-rate* time. Gnarly* dudes, those two.
Despite the good workout, the most gratifying* moment was finally meeting the great* and honorable* Jackie and Tim. What a marvelous* treat, I had no idea they were going to be there. How neat*! They're nice* comments about my dailymile posts was most pleasing* to me. Positive* comments like that are precious* to me.
Marty likes numbers. His favorite prime* number is 7. (I'm only guessing, but it'd be rad* if I was correct, wouldn't it?)
To my surprise, I discovered Jackie and Tim are the parents of Kelly, whose taste for fine brews is recherché*. As a reputable* consumer of the suds myself, I find this very satisfactory*. Looking forward to the day Kelly returns home and we meet up for a satisfying* brew. [No Budweiser Select*!] Until then, we'll all keep running to keep ourselves in shipshape*. Sound* good to you?
Man, I'm getting old. My birthday is at the end of July. Trust me, all the spanking* will tire you out. But I think I'll go to Turner Hall that night where, I think, the Blitzen Trapper show will be splendid*. If you go, they only take American Dollars; not the British Pound Sterling*.
Well, this certainly won't be known as my most stupendous* dailymile post. It's far from super* for sure. If you haven't figured it out yet, I am using thesaurus.com's synonyms for the word "good" in order (see http://thesaurus.com/browse/good). I'm doing a super-eminent* job, but trying to use super-excellent*, superb*, superior*, and tip-top* in proper order isn't easy. I wouldn't blame you if you stopped reading by the time you got to this point. This post is not up-to-snuff*, even by my own standards.
Nonetheless, my dailymile friends are very valuable* to me. I always welcome* your kind comments and I think you are wonderful*. I'm not worthy*.
[* Words in order: acceptable, ace, admirable, agreeable, bad, boss, bully, capital, choice, commendable, congenial, crack, deluxe, excellent, exceptional, favorable, first-class, first-rate, gnarly, gratifying, great, honorable, marvelous, neat, nice, pleasing, positive, precious, prime, rad, recherché, reputable, satisfactory, satisfying, select, shipshape, sound, spanking, splendid, sterling, stupendous, super, super-eminent, super-excellent, superb, superior, tip-top, up to snuff, valuable, welcome, wonderful, and worthy]
P.S. Recherché? I never even heard that word before!