“My Running Partners,” The Ultimate Runner

Health Communication Inc: 2010

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The next morning I had to talk firmly with myself as I tied on my running shoes. It wasn’t the rain. I was used to that. I’d even jogged in snow, more dependent on my morning run than a cup of coffee….It was the creepy noises, the yards of near-darkness between the street lamps, the sense of being entirely alone if something should happen to me that unsettled me.