Kick It (Redux)

Since there was a big thunderstorm about the time I usually head to MA class and Steph was home early, she went ahead and drove me out to class. I changed into MA clothes while I was there, but since we got out late, jumped outside after class without changing back into my street clothes and hopped into the car.

Stephanie looked over at my shirt. “`When I See Something I Kick It’?” she inquired, as if I had chosen this shirt myself.

“We all wear them!” I enthused. “It’s our uniform!”

“Oh you’re kidding me.”

“IT IS GREAT!!!!!”

“So you want me to take a picture for your blog?”

“Eh, maybe when I’m in better shape.”

“It can be a `before’ picture.”

I thought that over. “We’ll see,” I said.

Until then:

Kick it.

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