Who: Jaden and anyone What: Jog for him, looks like a run to others When: Monday morning around 7am Where: Central Park
Jaden's parents had begun to get used to Jaden actually going to school. In fact the mornings almost seemed to be like normal household mornings, if you don't count the 15 pancakes Jaden ate. He then went out to the park for a jog, something he had been doing lately as a way to help his body get a bit of energy out while he focused his mind on controlling his speed. The cool air swept over his face as he stepped out of the building. He never really got too cold seeing as his blood pumped faster than normal people, but he always did notice that fall and winter were the times of the year that he always felt a bit more sluggish. Still, sluggish for him was still a bit on the abundantly clear he was a mutant side, so despite his desire to bolt as fast as he could in hopes of getting his body loose, he set out at a jogging pace towards the park. His jogging pace was still pretty fast, and he knew this. It was actually one of the things that he enjoyed about his morning jogs. His parents didn't want him using his full speed, but he at least got to take a bit of joy in the fact that these people thought he was a fast runner. He often wondered if they would compliment him as much if they knew this was him trying to tone his speed down.
Jaden liked the park, for it was a fantastic place, at least during the day. Even with his ability to outrun some race cars, he was pretty sure avoiding the place at night was a smart thing to do. During the day, there was almost nothing to worry about, and for a teen trying to feel like a normal person, it was the best. When he made a full lap of the park, he stopped for a moment to look at a schedule he noticed. Being as it was October, the park had a few events leading up to Halloween. He was still nervous about talking to people, even though he now went to school with other people who had powers. He blamed his parents for this, but he knew that blame was not something that would help him get friends. That being the case, perhaps going to things outside of school would be a good way to find some people he felt comfortable with.