On Feeling Alone Running In The Dark & Cold Winter Mornings In Fluorescent Jog Wear….

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  1. Wendy says:

    Hi, I have no idea who you are. I just happened upon this page because I typed in “running and not feeling alone,” and “running and alone,” and your writing came up. I used to be a runner. Running was the only thing that helped me feel alone, yet not alone. It was the only thing that helped me feel so good, that even when I was alone, I rarely felt lonely. Everything you say rings true to me. I love running in conditions that so many people would abhor. I love that running makes you feel unstoppable, and like you are a bit insane. I love how hard it is for you to find that motivation to run and translate it into the action of running, even when you are so comfortably tucked into a snugly duvet. I love that you know how great the day will be once you have had that run. I love that you think that you are a drama queen, when from all that you wrote I can imagine that you are not. Most of all, I love that you have the understanding that no matter what, the weather will always get better. Thank you for reminding me of all that I have never forgotten but have had trouble recalling. Thank you for the inspiration.

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