Thursday, October 15, 2009

micropost

my gung-ho productivity streak
lasted about 2.5 days! oh well. i am going to try to turn this trend around by getting out early this morning for my run (yes, the run that didn't happen yesterday!).

call for help: topic requests?
well, it's unlikely to come to this . . . image from blaugh.com

as i sit here with (mild) writer's block, i figured perhaps i could ask for your (yes, your) help. is there anything anyone would like me to write about? question you've wanted to ask?

anything?

. . . bueller?

leave your suggestions below!

PS: I have been terrible about replying to comments lately! it's not like i get 80 per post, so i have no excuse! i do read every single one. in regard to yesterday,

aimee: re: beautiful pink coat --> yes, you are probably right. but what if i got it in brown? or blue?

chelsea: re: running in the dark --> i am afraid of a) stray animal attacking me with no one around to save me; b) abduction/mugging; c) getting hit by a car; d) falling. in that order.

10 comments:

  1. I've asked for this before, but I'd love it if you'd give some running song recommendations. I know you listen to entire albums, but any specific songs from that album stick out in your mind?

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  2. I love the pink coat! i have been wanting a red one...but don't really need it now in miami.

    running in the dark doesn't bother me in the mornings, but does at night

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  3. atilla11:30 AM

    love the coat in pink, I'm not sure it will be as special in brown

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  4. rebecca12:41 PM

    i agree w/ aimee... looks like your other coat(s). i LIKE the coat but don't LOVE it. think you could find something more special.

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  5. Running in the dark is totally dependent on how safe you feel where you live. I ran in the dark all last winter and my eyes adjusted. Still a little scary though.

    That coat almost makes me wish I lived somewhere cold. Almost.

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  6. Oh no! Stray animal. I'd hadn't thought of that one, but we have some pretty scary raccoons around here.

    There's only one part of my run that I really dislike when it's dark. It's on a path lined by big trees, and the canopy completely blocks out a view of the sky. For whatever reason there are no street lights there. When I'm running with my little head lamp I feel like I'm in The Blair Witch Project. Creepy.

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  7. I love the pink coat. I'm actually in the market for a red belted knee-length trench-type coat myself (I've got a very specific idea of what it shoudl be...can you tell?)...unfortunately I haven't found "the one" yet. ;)

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  8. I love all your fashion-related posts (because we are similarly sized and have similar tastes), so I was wondering if you could maybe do a feature on athletic/running apparel as well? You've done running shoes, but I don't think I've seen any running clothes before!

    I also love hearing your college stories, family stories, Josh stories - maybe you could do your running story (like Jess from SeeJessRun) or how you knew you wanted to be a doctor (were you one of those people that from age 10 knew it was going to happen? Or did college change your life path?).

    Maybe some book recommendations? I realize you're time strapped and reading for fun probably doesn't get as much times as you want, but I think you have good taste in books and I need some new reading ideas!

    And lastly (this is obscenely long, I'm sorry) just give us some fun facts - I love reading fun facts on other blogs. Maybe a Sarah fact of day? I mean, how else are we supposed to know about your cheerleading days?!

    Hope this gives you some ideas...and also hope you don't think I'm crazy.

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  9. Hmmmm...how did the martinis work out??

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  10. I would still look for something a bit different-- maybe longer. What about this one: http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/WomenBrowse/Women_Shop_By_Category/outerwear/wool/PRDOVR~17506/17506.jsp

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