(All times very approximate -- I didn't time anything, not even how long I was at it.)
0:00: I think I'll go for a walk.
0:15: *play "Another Way to Die" on iPod*
0:30: This'd be a good song to jog to. Gosh, I haven't jogged in at least, what, a year? Eighteen months?
0:45: What the heck. *starts jogging*.
1:45: I'm not sure riding the exercise bike four-five times a week is keeping me in any kind of shape for jogging.
2:00: This hill near my house is just as horrid for jogging up as I remember.
3:00: Okay, riding the exercise bike four-five times a week is definitely not keeping me in shape to jog. I don't think I'm going to make it to the top of the hill.
4:00: Nope, not gonna make it.
8:00: Wait, what? I not only made it up the hill but I'm halfway around my old loop? I wonder if I can make it the rest of the way?
16:00: Hey, I can. I'm not that tired ... I wonder if I can get up the hill again?
23:00: I can! Woot! I don't think I can make another loop, but let's try.
32:00: This is only technically a jog, in the sense that the pace never has both feet on the ground and sometimes neither. I can walk faster than this. Still! Jogging!
35:00: I made another loop! I bet I can't make three. But maybe I can get up the hill again.
43:00: Made it! That's really the hard part. I might as well try for another circuit.
45:00: I bet it's the butterflies. It always was easier to jog when I was thinking about +terrible butterflies+.
48:00: And I thought I was jogging slowly before.
1:01:00: Okay, that's three circuits. You've made your point. You can stop now.
1:02:00: No, really. That's enough. Let's just cool off now. Good girl.
I guess the exercise bike does keep me in shape for jogging. Although I am still going to be really sore tomorrow. Ow.