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Fun for Friday - Running and a Knock-Knock Joke

TGIF everyone! Don't know about you guys, but I am definitely looking forward to the is long weekend. I have plans to be both very productive, but also very lazy at the same time. My pool is calling to me ;-)

This morning Jason and I woke up dark and early for a run. He's been running about 1.5 miles with me then he will finish up his prescribed miles on his own. Yep, I've got him on an official training plan. In fact, I think I heard him uttering curse words at and about me on our bike ride yesterday evening. Something about lunges and quads.

When Jason and I split, I met up with Amy. Her plan was 5 miles, my plan was 6-8 leaning heavily towards the 8. But my legs were crazy heavy at first, so I thought it may end up 6 after all. It was hot and really humid. Summer has returned to us once again.

But, we fell into conversation and a good pace and my legs loosened up. In the end, she got in 7 miles and I finished out at 9. So much for 5 and 6-ish huh? So that was my TGIF Run - similar to the Friday Happy Dance in enthusiasm.

Since it is Friday, that means Fun for Friday. This week's post is inspired by a tweet from last week. Last Friday I had tweeted about Laura's #strangebutgood Jicama and Tofu Nachos. You really must check out her recipes by the way.


It had been a long week, my mind was moving slow and it took me a minute (or two) to get the joke. I said as much, and she said that it was her favorite one. 

So, that got me to thinking about jokes, my favorite jokes, but knock-knock jokes to be more specific. I don't tend to remember one-liners and jokes. They just don't stick with me. But when I was a kid, my dad and bought my sister and me a book of knock-knock jokes. 

To this day, I still remember dad telling this one over and over, and us giggling every time:

Knock Knock.
Who's There?
Anastasia.
Anastasia Who?
Anastasia wagon got fo doors.

Do you remember jokes and one-liners? What about favorite knock-knock joke?

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