Every Saturday our youngest son Piet has to go to his swimming lesson, and last Saturday I accompagnied my husband and him there, so I could run my way back. It's about five kilometers, so a nice little distance, and I like the variety.
As I ran home I spotted some female runners in the distance, and I don't know what happened, but instead of disappearing on the horizon, they came closer and closer, until I actually passed them. This has never happened to me before. Usually I'm the one that gets passed by. It made me feel kind of nervous, because now that I had passed thém I worried that they might pass me.
So I speeded up a little and never got home so fast. Which just goes to show, hares don't always have to run in front of you. They can help you go faster, when they're behind you too.