I really want to be one of those bloggers that can write something and post it every day. I struggle with blogging about what does get posted. I have a family blog, and it's a cinch. I blog about my two beautiful little girls, and the adventures of our family. Easy.
I love running. I love so much about it. I love other runners, and the fact that they get it when you tell them you had to Vaseline up before your long run. (since my first marathon in 2002, I have had to do this) Fellow runners, don't think you are disgusting when you talk about "Runners poo". (you know we all get it) Other runners, understand how it feels when you skip a run, or have an injury. (we feel like screaming) Another runner, even if you have never met in person, gets so happy and excited for you to have purchased a pair of running shoes that cost $120, or a new top that fit's great and doesn't rub wrong. (I loves me a new running outfit) Other runners, don't flinch when you tell them the race cost $80, and they don't say, "You have to pay to run? Are you crazy?"
So even though I may not blog everyday, or even have the best topic, or write like I am an English major, I know you don't care, as long as it is about running. I love all the advice we have for each other. Since moving to Ky, I have been running alone. I guess in Utah, I ran most of the time alone, but occasionally I would find someone to run with me. Here in Ky, I don't really even know another person who runs. (not in my little town) So for lonely ole me, my blogging friends are my running partners.