musing over whether to do it...
MK is a brilliant place to run - the redways (public pathways which link all of MK) are lit well, and most of the older estates are beautiful -half the time you were never realise you were in a city, as there are so many green and older areas, unseen from the roads. It has several advantages for a large event - it is easy to get her from most forms of transport for a start. I run with a local club (based around Willen lake) and most of our runs have a rura feel. i did the half marathon in March and it was a very pleasant route, and if I don;t get the ballot into the London then I will probably enter MK Half. It will be a well run event, just like the halfs are, and read up on the 'green theme' they have going on.
See what DunbarKev said thats pretty much it.
The more you run the stronger you get the quicker you recover
My fondest memories of my Mum and Dad are the things they did with out me and my siblings.
That made them people not only Mum, Dad.
You sound like a thoughtful rounded person and what you want to do, pursue your passion for running
is fine fine fine.
Hope to race you one day.
Bring it on!
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