You might wonder why I haven’t posted the usual running selfie at the head of this blog. This photo was taken at about 6:20 this morning on the train to London Kings Cross from Wakefield Westgate. “Haven’t you had a chance to run yet today?” I hear you ask? The honest answer is, at the time of writing this paragraph, no, because I have only just boarded the 17:33 train back home.
If you are reading this I have definitely run my daily 10K because I am only going to post this after I have successfully achieved 10K. It’s just that I think I’ll get ahead by writing a pre run blog entry on the train (because I have a couple of hours to kill). In a way, it’s a pity I am not on an overnighter because it’s quite nice to run in London but I definitely would prefer to be home.
More news when I have finished my run but in the meantime, I will read a book.
21:45 Made it home OK, went out and did my 10K. I don’t usually go out this late but needs must and I felt surprisingly good and it was (relatively) swift. Phew!
“As evening approached, the disciples came to him and said, ‘This is a remote place, and it’s already getting late. Send the crowds away, so that they can go to the villages and buy themselves some food.’”
Richard is running 10K every day during June, to raise money for a public access defibrillator to be situated at Rothwell Baptist Church. To sponsor him and make a donation, please visit his Just Giving Page.