Mr. Chee: Hey there Terese, ready for our 1)stroll?
Terese: I am ready and rarin' to go!
Mr. Chee: ①That's the spirit! Fresh air, a nice view, a pretty girl…
Terese: Hey there Casanova, you just be careful or I might tell your wife about our little 2)soirée for two.
Mr. Chee: Ha! I dare you to try. ②She'd bust a gut laughing.
Terese: Haha, don't worry, Mr. Chee, I still think you've got what it takes to 3)woo a pretty girl.
Mr. Chee: Well thank you very much, but I think you're being a little too generous in your 4)estimation of my talents.
Terese: Oh I doubt it. Look at you—③you're 5)spry as a fox.
Mr. Chee: I just can't help it I guess. It feels so good to be outdoors, it's like I'm 25 again.
Terese: I am 25 and I can barely keep up with you.
Mr. Chee: What, a young whippersnapper like you?
Terese: ④I'm so out of shape though. What with work, school, and music, ⑤I barely have time to eat let alone exercise.
Mr. Chee: Well then, I guess this walking to work idea is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Terese: I really think it is. Not only am I getting a work-out, but I'm noticing things that I don't get to when I take the bus or metro.
Mr. Chee: For example?
Terese: Well I've never even seen that second-hand camera shop before, and this ice cream 6)parlour looks like a hidden jewel.
Mr. Chee: Oooh, is that mint chocolate-chip ice cream I see?
Terese: Oh and cookie 7)dough 8)fudge…
Mr. Chee: You know what? I think we've paid our exercise dues, and now we deserve a treat.
Terese: ⑥That sounds right up my alley. Should we get one 9)scoop or two scoops?
Mr. Chee: Well you know what they say: Everything in moderation—even moderation.
Terese: Two scoops it is! I think I'm going to like this walking thing.
Mr. Chee: Me too, Terese. Me, too.