Okay, so I made a New Year’s Resolution in my heart that I would walk more this year. So the first step (heh heh) was to get a pedometer and register it with my insurance company’s “wellness provider” (sheesh!) and record the steps I normally take every day. My idea was to get a baseline of what I do without trying, and then up it a bit at a time.
I didn’t want to go into it gung ho and raise false expectations in the mind of the wellness provider, you know. That would just be mean. And I am never mean. Unless, you know, I am.
SO ANYWAY, I was so happy yesterday, because I was walking and walking, and took the steps instead of the elevator at the courthouse (paying property taxes, if you must know), la la la la la! And I got home and I had somehow accidentally hit CLEAR and lost all my steps for the day.
So: question: Is it cheating to sit here and joggle the pedometer to reflect the actual steps I took before I cleared them out? Or is it kosher?
Meanwhile, I’m posting at Fatal Foodies about my favorite bread recipe.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: If this happened to your main character, what would they do?