« Dig If You Will A Picture... | Main | CRAZY: Torn Between the Person I Am and the Person I Want to Be... »

February 24, 2012

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Kate

My husband gets up way too early every morning and starts a two hour long commute to NYC. He may be one of those men you saw in a suite on your morning run, however I know he would have acknowledge you with a smile. Glad you managed to get up and see the city in that way. There is nothing like the solitude of an early morning run.

mommymetamorphosis@wordpress.com (for some reason it won't allow me to post using this as my URL)???

Jaimie

Since I dont know that i will ever get the chance to experience NYC ( Though I really hope too!) It's posts like this that I absolutely adore! The little tidbits that make me feel like I'm there! :) Thank YOU! Ps~ I knew you had it in ya... ;)

JJ @ 84thand3rd

Good for you to go, esp so early in the morn! When we lived in the city is when I started to like running - around the reservoir in Central Park, dodging the tourists, it was like a different world to the madness outside of the park! We still go for a loop or two when we are in town. Sigh. Say ~hi~ to NY for me, I miss her!

joeinvegas

I don't understand how that last one fits in with the rest. I agree with it, it just doesn't match.

Ken

I have to ask - were you part of the "surroundings" of which the NY men were so aware?? :-) Me too water! Have a safe journey home.

Lizbeth

That is bloody awesome you were up and out the door before the majority of us. Well at least me.

Yay!

Josiphine

Kit,
You RULE!

Jessie Powell

I hate owning an animal whose poop I have to pick up. ICKY SICKY

Amalie Garvoille

I felt like I was running with you! BTW, I did request to join your running group on FB (under my *real* name as I write under a pseudonym ;)Looking forward to more posts!

Kit

It follows with the one before it. :)

The comments to this entry are closed.