Time and time again, I see a jogger out on the trails with Fido, their pet. The jogger is trying for a twofer: time with Fido and getting some exercise. But I can tell that Fido is not into fantasizing about being buffed, sculpted, or fit. Fido does not care for this jogging. Humans program their exercise. Dogs don't. They run when they want and as long as they want. Jogging is not their thing. The tongue is hanging out, lumbering along to keep up. Dogs are faithful, I will give them that. This all reminds me that not everyone is interested in what interests me. I try to avoid twofers, that is, "Let's get together and do something I like." Dogs are our best friends, and sometimes that is not such a good thing for a dog.