Sunday, January 04, 2015

I already did a race in 2015

Hi  everyone! Have you had a good beginning of the New Year? I hope so! I have been glad to see that most blogger friends began the New Year along running paths in a wood, through the countryside, or simply walking/hiking. With regards to walking and hiking I have just seen the useful post written by Amy Crawshaw, from Leuven. In her interesting post she underlines the difference between the two verbs walking and hiking. Thanks again for sharing those information, Amy! As it is known, English isn't my first language, that's why I am always interested in this kind of posts. The meaning of words and expanding my vocabulary will always be the most important of learning English. The British  language is constantly changing, so I need to keep up to date with new words and new ways of speaking.
Maybe, the picture has something to do with the two verbs above mentioned, as it shows the post-race atmosphere which I saw this morning :) 
I already did a race in 2015: this morning I ran a 5k race in a place close to Rome.
On this sunny Sunday, the runners gave something to eat such as cakes, wine, and olive oil, while they were making the registration. The food was collected to benefit social cause programs in Rome and surroundings. 
I'll try to find other pictures through the web later.
Enjoy your walking/running/hiking!


6 comments:

ajh said...

Isn't it a good feeling to have already done a race? It makes me excited to do more. Happy New Year.

HalfCrazed Runner said...

Wow! That's great! Congratulations! Buon anno!

Char said...

English may not be your first language but you still have a really good grasp of it. To write a blog in another language is pretty incredible.

Black Knight said...

In effetti ho trovato anche io molto interessante il post di Amy.
Ora a caccia di fotografie sul web e di altre corse alle quali partecipare!

Fran said...

A great way to start a new year, looks like you had pretty good weather too.

Happy New Year.

Amy Crawshaw said...

I'm glad that post was helpful to you! I think both you and Stefano do a great job with writing your blogs in English. And good job on already getting a race done this year!