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This post is for the woman I met on Saturday night. 

She told me that she USED to run 15k runs most mornings. 

But then she went through some pretty awful stuff. Stuff that would make most people bitter and angry. 

And just hasn't been able to run that distance again. 

And I promised her that I would think of something empowering and inspiring for her. 

But I can't. 

So, I've written this for you...

Why? Why do you have to run 15k? 

I know that's what you USED to do. 

But this is what your life looks like now. 

Lovely, happy 4k runs that keep you slim and strong and beautiful. 

Let that 15k go. 

And hold on tight to your 4ks. 

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