How many are there now?!
In our house it always seems like we run out of spoons faster than any other type of cutlery. This has less to do with perception, or rate of use of spoons, and more to do with that time I knocked something over whilst washing up and a load of our spoons fell out of … Continue reading #40: Loch Leven
It’s usually around mid December that a daft idea starts to form in my head. It’s kind of like a bubble at the bottom of a glass of lemonade that shimmies its way upwards, growing, expanding until finally arriving fully formed in my head ready to burst. In 2016 I started to think about parkruns, … Continue reading 2018’s Big project, Jedburgh Half Marathon.
Earlier this year I was explaining my exploits to someone. How I had ticked off every parkrun in Scotland last year, then the continuing appeal to keep up. You’re a box ticker she’d said. It’s the best description of me I’ve so far heard. I think of myself as quietly determined. The issue is that … Continue reading #39: Kirkwall
I would guess that most parkrun tourism happens either by accident, or by a combination of restlessness and an interest in exploring your wider circumstances. The former is usually when you’re going on holiday, to a family gathering, a wedding etc. Is there a parkrun? The second is probably where I started. Living in London … Continue reading #38: Bressay