I’ve run along the ocean in Australia and up mountains in Japan. I’ve run across green fields in Ireland. I’ve run in the busy streets of New York City and along the edge of the Grand Canyon. I’ve run through blizzards in Colorado and the blazing heat of a Florida summer. I’ve run with the stars as my only source of light and I’ve run to watch the sunrise. I’ve run alone and I’ve run where 18,000 people surrounded me. I’ve won races and I’ve broken records.
Nothing will ever compare though to when we used to run around Lake Calhoun together.
It was when we were running and I looked over at you and realized how incredible you really were. It was when we were running that I knew how lucky I was to be with you, even if just for a while. I guess I always knew I wasn’t good enough for you.
Still though, even after all this time, I’d do anything to run away with you.