This blog is to be my endurance running journey, somewhat bound to the rest of life as it needs to fit in with faith, family, friends. learning to take time out, but squeezing in hill repeats for lunch at work and enjoying the long runs on the moors to keep me sane. Seeking out local urban elevation and using it, because I don't live with moors on my doorstep.
Jesus ran his race and endured the cross, I run the hills, sometimes I get a medal, a mug, a meal... mostly just the enjoyment of accomplishment and being outdoors, meeting others, navigating the hills and getting lost a bit so that I can find my way again. This running needs faith, faith that there is more to us than meets the eye, meeting people who run further than I can ever imagine and when you meet them you would never have guessed, because it is inside. A willingness to go beyond, go long, endure and not taking yourself so seriously that you can't enjoy the journey or take in the vista as it passes you by.