There are times when I think that we runners aren’t just in it for the blood pumping satisfaction of pushing ourselves as far as we can go. Times when it doesn’t seem enough to have that euphoric sense of being alive returning from a good solid run. Occasionally it appears to me that the tight … More How to get away with wearing dubious clothing in public!
After running 10 marathons I have found some leave sharper traces on my memory than others. There was the first one at Beachy Head, a totally new experience, a revelation about just how hard it could be. The second, Pheonix Thames path where it rained for 5 hours. Then there was Brighton, my first ‘big’ … More Bacchus, help I’ve been kidnapped by an unruly gang of superheroes!
So last week after a delightful #ukrunchat #fastesthouroftheweek I asked if anyone could think of a subject for this weeks blog. @martinibubble was kind enough to ask my opinion on running in the dark and wet. I am not sure I am in a position to give advice as such, but I have a story, … More A run in the dark, a tale of jealousy sated!
I am not sure if I am positive about people trying to achieve something because I am a runner, or I am a runner because I am positive? Probably a question that I will never be able to answer. An incident on Sunday made me think about my positive outlook when I ended up at … More Positivity vs Negativity