So last night was a North London food fest. Lex and Gaz spent three and a half hours roasting a huge cut of pork from a piggy that Lex’s dad reared. Sadly it was not pulled pork as previously advertised, apparently, pulled pork requires a shoulder joint. Who knew? In any case, there was an abundance of food, and I ate and drank my way into oblivion. My run this morning was part of my effort to compensate for the overindulgence, but I don’t think that it goes anywhere near making up for the orgy of food yester-eve.
In any case, goals are apparently good for keeping resolutions, as well as getting a support network involved. So the BF and I have invited the folks from dinner to partake in the Where’s Wally Fun Run to raise money for the National Literacy Trust, and they (drunkenly and) enthusiastically agreed. Hence, killing the two proverbial birds with one stone. Just need to make sure that they all keep up with their commitment.
The Literacy Trust
The Literacy Trust is a UK charity that transforms lives through literacy: society will only be fair when everyone has the literacy skills they need to communicate, to fulfil their potential and to contribute more to society. They campaign to improve public understanding of the vital importance of literacy, as well as delivering projects and working in partnership to reach those most in need of support. The Where’s Wally Fun Run is a 5km or 10km run (or walk, or crawl) on Sunday 23 March in Victoria Park, London. Entry is £20 and a complete Where’s Wally Outfit is included in the entry fee. Awesome.
I may well be raising some money for the Literacy Trust as well, so watch this space.