20 thoughts on “Vive la Runnerchick

  1. Although I haven’t had the chance to run there, I’d love to run around New York City. It’s one of my favourite places in the world and I can imagine running outside would NEVER get boring!

  2. Runners are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. I love crossing paths with another runner during my runs because they will always say hi or at least give that head nod where you acknowledge each other and share that runner moment.
    My favorite place to run is on the gulf coast of Mississippi, there are just miles and miles of sidewalk along the beach and it makes for a beautiful, safe, and easy run.

  3. Runner life is the best because my focus is on how my body feels and what it can achieve, rather than what it looks like. I own this body, the power, the stamina, and the ugly feet 🙂
    I would love to run in the rainy Pacific Northwest someday soon, that being said, I would also love to go running through Florence again…sigh…
    For now, Brisbane is just fine 🙂

  4. Love, love, love running in Ireland..out in the country, running hills..
    but seeing that design really makes me think it would be fun to run around Paris, where I have always just wanted to visit. But running there would just elevate the experience. Is that design on a t-shirt? I love it…you are one of my motivators in my head, Cait 🙂

    • aaww, thanks!! i’m sorry that ur race didn’t go as u’d have liked, sometimes the legs just don’t have it in them on a given day. so that’s wat the next race/run is for! 🙂

  5. I want to run the whole world! Seriously I want to drop some sweat in almost every country. Paris would totally rock. Imagine running down the Champs Elysee… *sigh*! I have never thought of Kate’s idea … Africa. Probably way too hot for me but imagine how fast you would run thinking of all the wild animals on your tail 😉

    Runners are the best because they try and test their strength and character regularly. A good way to build a better person I say!

  6. I would love all over the U.S! It would be awesome to just travel to different states and run. Can you tell me where you went to college? Will you write a post on transition from hs xc to college(d1). Give tips for summer training, what to expect, hardships, etc. Please and thank you!!!

    • hey vanessa!! thanks so much for stopping by and for the post suggestion! i always love getting those; while i didn’t go to college myself i’ve got plenty of friends/reliable sources that did and i’ll see wat i can get thrown up on the blog for u! stay tuned! 🙂

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