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Your Runnerd is Showing

I am loving all the Runnerd photos out there! I get excited every time I get a new alert on my phone telling me a new photo has been posted or tweeted or shared. There are some amazing runnerds out there. And the creativity had been incredible.

I wish I could share so many of them. Hopefully I'll be able to share at least a few in the next day or so. First I have to figure out how to share other people's photos from Instagram. If you know how, let me know.

I am also going to post a list of runnerds participating, so if you are participating and don't want me to share your Instagram or Twitter name or Facebook page, let me know!

Here's my photo-a-day runnerdness from the past five days:

Day 1 - Time


Day 2 - Sweat


Day 3 - Up


Day 4 - Inspire


Day 5 - Kitchen

Comments

  1. I'm having fun with the photo a day challenge! I've copied links of photos from instagram and used them in a post. Not sure how I did it now...

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  2. That looks so fun! I might have to participate.

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  3. I am so far behind! Our internet modem burned itself up over the weekend. Thank goodness for the Library! I'll start posting again when Century Link gets around to getting me a new modem. ;)

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  4. I've definitely been enjoying this challenge! I still need to get my kitchen one up...

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  5. I just destroyed my favorite pair of headphones, too! It was so sad.

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  6. Love your daily photos! This has shown me how we all are so similar in many ways even if we are thousands of miles apart.

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  7. That was an outstanding daily photos. I love it!:)

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