Saturday, January 26, 2013

Back blogging about Sudan's social cause

I wrote my last post on December 31st and despite a drop in frequency of posts I've still read  hugely interesting running blogs. 
I've just read the Johann 's post about Sudan and a great social cause to be raising money for.
As you know, Sudan is such a dangerous place again.
This is my first post in 2013 because I've been busy for job and since January 8th I have finished working late. That's why I am compelled to run in the dark and can't join my running group. Consequently, I try to keep my eyes out for dangers along the track. First of all, I always wear high visibility running clothes and don't listen music along the track. Unfortunatey I haven't planned yet any races.
Nice Sunday to all my bogger friends!


ajh said...

Be careful. My eyes would be peeled for stuff too. Do you have a headlamp? Happy running.

Char said...

It's not fun when your whole life gets taken up by work. Especially when you can't run with your group. Hang in there - it'll have to get better soon.

Fran said...

Nice to hear from you Giorgio.

I run in the dark too but in the morning and I use a reflection jacket, a head lamp and lamps around my upper arms. But I do use music because I don't run on roads but on bike paths and at the time I'm running (5.30 am) there aren't many bikers on the path.

Hope you get a bit time to relax and run during the day soon.

Amy said...

Running in the dark always made me very nervous - be careful!

Black Knight said...

Running in the dark is amazing.
Next race could be a "zingarata" at the Roma-Ostia 5 km with a good lunch after.
Work less and ... live more!

Thomas Bussiere said...

This time of the year is always busy for me. Any races on the calender this year?

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