they pay to kiss your feet

since there's no one else around, we let our hair grow long and forget all we used to know. then our skin gets thicker from living out in the snow.

Saturday, March 03, 2007

notes to myself.

1. when you're flipping through runner's world and swear you see an old friend in one of the photos, go ahead and freak out. because it's probably really him. and that's really cool.

2. find out how you, too, could appear in an issue of runner's world.

3. perhaps it would be cooler and less egocentric to appear via byline rather than via hero shot.

4. look into this byline bit.

5. do stick with the style of jeans that works best with your body. if that means having the same pair in a few different shades of blue, so be it.

6. instead of running a 7-mile long run through blowing snow and a 10 degree windchill, opt for the treadmill at the gym you're cheating with. it has fans, no time limit, and no mirror in which to watch your every early morning move.

7. turning the mostly unused breezeway into an office was a good idea. buying an area rug for the cold tile floor was a better idea. a wireless router was a brilliant idea. now, all you need is a mac.

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  • At 11:56 PM, Blogger Sam said…

    When words won't flow, when thoughts become clouded and the world closes in, I run.

    When I do, the skies release their tear drops, always cool, sometimes cold and frozen and it's wonderful since I know the sun will shine again.

    When that happens, I know the runner's world is where I belong and I'm no longer a misfit or alone and lonely.


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