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Go For A Walk In Riverside Park With Someone You Love

It’s a goddamn beautiful day outside. Go enjoy it.

The best decision I have made today was my decision to go for a walk in Riverside Park with my best friend. Here is a non-exhaustive list of reasons why I believe you should drop everything, and follow suit:

  1. The weather is gorgeous.
  2. (1.b., technically) The sun is shining, so you get can some Vitamin D. Healthy choices only!
  3. There are SO many nice dogs in Riverside. All of them want to be your friend!
  4. It’s important for your brain to see things like trees and large bodies of water. Riverside Park offers both.
  5. Walking and talking is a delightful way to catch up with someone you love. Amy Poehler, who is my everything, calls this “walking the beat”. Fantastic!
  6. If you’re feeling ambitious, walk fast, skip, run, or do whatever you want! Call that exercise.
  7. You get to see people that are not college-aged. That’s right, babies and old people still exist!

I hope I have sufficiently convinced you. Now, get outta here!

Riverside Park in (the soon-to-come!) spring, via Bwog Archives

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