Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Run Addicts

A few months ago I was contacted to see if I would be interested in submitting a guest blog post for a new running blog.  I laughed out loud because I was not doing ANY running at the time.  However, I was able to share my running experiences when it comes to starting, stopping, and re-starting.  This is a topic I unfortunately know all too well.  If you are interested in reading my guest post, you can find it here.

14 comments:

Jamie said...

Great article! I think a lot of us can relate to red light/green light :)

Ann said...

Nice article!

Megsie said...

Ahhhh, to have a famous friend....h

Teamarcia said...

Love it! Wow your first race was a marathon? Incredible! Congrats!

Julie said...

Hi Carly,
Wow, this was a great post with a wonderful article! I love that your grade school teacher told you that you were born to run:) It is so important to hear positive words of encouragement when we are young!

I will look for you on Saturday:)

SeeGirlRun said...

I left you a comment on that site so you'd get extra credit. :-) "Great article. The author describes, to some extent, my same red light green light experiences with running. I think it's true for many of us. It's nice that running is so forgiving. It lets you come home no matter how long you've been away."

Laura

teacherwoman said...

Great post!

Staci Dombroski said...

That is so cool!!! Nice article :)

Glaven Q. Heisenberg said...

Going over to read it now ...

Glaven Q. Heisenberg said...

Just read it. Yeah, I agree - one of the fringe benefits of running is TRUE ALONE TIME.

I don't even like running with other people. Except in races, because what would be the point otherwise?

Jess said...

I'll have to go read.

raulgonemobile said...

Nice article.. I like that red light/green light metaphor (something I can certainly relate to)

Lori said...

Great article! Running is very much 'me' time.

X-Country2 said...

What a cool opportunity!