I …….. take you ……… to be my wedded ……….  To have and to hold from this day forward, for better or worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish til death to us part.

Now if you are marrying a runner somewhere in your happily ever after there is going to be a running injury in which case you should refer to Sub Clause B.  In Sub Clause B the non runner has several options:

-The non running spouse may leave the marital home until said injury is better and runner is      once again running.

-Said spouse does not have to take children with when they leave.  This came about on a  particularly bad non running day when i said that he could leave as long as he took the  children with him (apparently this is not an option).

-Certain priveledges may not be revoked by the injured runner, in fact they may need to to  doubled up to compensate for lack of exercise (no prizes for guessing who’s idea this was).

-Non runner does not have to answer any “Am i getting fat?” or “Does my bum look big in this?”  questions during time of injury.

-Non runner may under no circumstances what so ever take up running themselves.

If all parties involved remain calm during the times it may be necessary to call on Sub Clause B they should get their happily ever after.