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Married Female Looking for…

classified.jpg a running partner. The other night I had a dream that I entered a race, and no matter how hard I tried, I could not pass a single person. I ran as hard as I could, to no avail.

So…I resorted to Craigslist again–not always trustworthy, but an effective tool so far–and posted the following ad:

“MARRIED female looking for a FEMALE running partner in the LES”

I got exactly two responses: The first one from a 24-year old that wants to run more. The other one from some weirdo (yes, ANOTHER Craigslist weirdo) who, despite the bolded “MARRIED” and “FEMALE running partner” hints still wrote to ask me why I didn’t run with my OWN husband.

I called my prospective running partner and she was VERY excited. In fact, TOO excited. Our first run is this Wednesday at 7am. We shall see…

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