Monthly Archives: December 2013
For better or for worse, I’m Janathoning.
Sort of. I wasn’t going to. I really can’t face blogging every day, I won’t be logging my activity on running free, and I’m also not going to be running every day because I don’t want to court another injury. … Continue reading
Hunting for my Go Hard
I don’t have a Go Hard. Give me the choice of Going Hard or Going Home, and I will choose Going Home every time. That point in a run where I start to think “I want to walk for a bit … Continue reading
Christmas Day parkrun
I had it all planned. A Christmas Day parkrun at Great Lines, Margate, Colchester or Ipswich to add another new venue to my collection. And then I came to my senses and decided that I would rather my Christmas morning … Continue reading
Gazing at my naval
Next year is going to be hectic. I have a new job with a very steep learning curve, an open university module with weekly tutorials and monthly assignments and my first 100 mile race to train for. Then there are … Continue reading
Kingsbury Water parkrun
When I looked at the weather forecast in the middle of last week, it looked a little bit like this: By Friday, it looked more like this: Now, I know that running in high winds and heavy rain is just … Continue reading
Yes. Of course. But it’s fun, so I don’t care. Today was not without its hiccoughs. I did book the train tickets for the 21st, despite Vanessa (@neferpus) clearly telling me that she was going to Preston on the 14th. I … Continue reading
After the best part of four months off parkrun, I have a severe case of the fidgets, so when I heard that there was a lift going to Weymouth parkrun, I jumped at the chance. Armed with some introductions to … Continue reading
Fulham Palace parkun, Winter 100 and a whole bucketful of inspiration.
I should be telling you about all the stuff which has happened since last weekend. I should be telling you that I went to Fulham Palace parkrun, a three-ish flat tarmac lap course where I was joined by a whole … Continue reading