And I did run

Last night, after a gloriously sunny day, the clouds rolled in and the heavens opened.

Why does that phrase always making me think that God is peeing on us (or all of the angels? I dunno…)?

Anyway, the rain raineth on the just, which is apt as I only just made it in time to start the first jogScotland session, splish-splashing my way across the car park to catch up with the group as they made their way out into Strathclyde Park.

Thankfully I asked which group it was before they headed off as it was the wrong group (who were setting out for a 30 min jog, my group was doing 15 mins! Hey, I’m easing myself back in..).

A few minutes later I happened across the correct group and off we set, already bedraggled and soaked, into the gloom of the evening.

It was great!

I’ve got physio tomorrow morning, mainly to see how my knee is holding up but aside from a slight dull ache it’s fine. Yay! I’m already aiming, provisionally, for the 5K in December. Fingers crossed!

4 comments

  1. Funnily enough it was really raining here to. But I stayed in with a nice hot cup of tea. It was very nice; dry too 🙂

  2. Reading your post title reminded me of the “Flock of Seagulls” song!

    Glad to see your getting back into it, I just can’t seem to shake off my tight hamstring that’s nagging at me when I run (football related).

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