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Where it all began.
Four years ago.
My very first event.
The Hutt News Fun Run.

It took 39 minutes to run that 5ks.
The next year it took 36 minutes.
The year after that I was saying goodbye to my sister in Scotland.
The following year I ran the 10k. 1 hour 2 minutes.

So. Four years on. And I cant help think how terrifying it is that the time has slipped so quickly and easily through my grasp. As if I had a grasp.

So tomorrow morning I'll put my Hutt News Fun Run racing bib on for the 4th time.

And hopefully, like time itself, I'll run quickly and easily too.

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