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I run solo

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

I took the day off today. I had a mild migraine and I decided to stay home because I knew that it was going to be hard for me to stay focus with my clients. It was a beautiful day. I did not sleep as much as I would liked to because of my migraine, but I slept enough to feel rested. I dragged the whole day, caught up on my favorite shows online and at 5:00 pm I dressed up to go out for a run/walk. A friend called me and asked me if I was working out. I told her that I was going for a run/walk in the neighborhood but that I would go to the tracks in the high schools nearby if she wanted to. "I'll wait for you. Call me when you get home", I said. I sat with my crossword puzzles and when I checked my cell phone again, I realized that it was 6:50 pm. The call never came. At that time I was already a little cold and sleepy. "I walked to the corner store to get the potato chips you want" I told my boyfriend. On my way back home, I was a little upset and discourage. My boyfriend told me that it was still light out and I told him that I was tired and that I should had gone out when I planned it. "You see how once again, I ended up doing nothing waiting for one of my friends" I said to him" and that is why I run solo".

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    emoticon Well Bo I also run solo and really enjoy it! It's MY TIME. Time to meditate, time to relax, to be at peace with myself and with nature so GO ALONE BUT GO. Make it your special time an enjoy every minute of it.
    1854 days ago
    Bo, I understand how you feel. That is why I don't plan to walk with anyone. In the past I have had friends or family members plan walk/run plans and it hasn't worked for me. I tell them to plan for themselves and if we meet by chance, I will enjoy your company, if not I am happy doing it solo. Like that no ones feels obligated.

    1860 days ago
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