Most of my miles are logged with friends, but when our schedules don’t mesh, I’m happy to head out alone with my thoughts. An unlimited supply of knotty issues gets resolved in the solitude. That’s one reason I cherish every mile I log when we visit Colorado. Every run I squeeze in is guaranteed to be solo since my family prefers warmth and sleep. I’m working on one of them though, and I think she’s about ready to admit it might actually be awesome to run up a mountain, in the crisp air, while the sun rises – really, who can argue with that? I can’t wait until she’s by my side, but until then, I will run the trails alone and clear out the cobwebs in my head mile by mile.
And he withdrew from them about a stone’s throw, and knelt down and prayed, Luke 22:41
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