Our daily life and our running
I'm going to give it a go, keeping a some-what daily or daily -ish blog of sorts
i don't know if this is the right place or not, so if it is NOT , i would appreciate it very much if some kind person would tell me !!
Most of it i hope will be pasted as i post on FETCH
You'll have me in a minute LMAO !!
i'm so anxiously waiting for this year to get going , we've done a 10 miler, but there's nout on tomorrow, so hoping in HORRENDOUS weather to go do a few laps of Draycote , home of the Feb 17 ? Draycote ultra 35 & Marathon
there's a whole world of FEEL real good of fitness and mental stamina out there, and i'm 50 soon and i want some more of it
we have a good year planned , possibly up to 4,5, or even 6 marathons , see how it goes, HM's are pure fun runs, FM's are a wee bit different
Yes, looking after ME, is only a small part of it all, even though i have to put myself first to keep myself in prestine condition to be able to cope with Phlilip
Phillip is going on 20 now, he's is very demanding, before and after a race is hard work preparing him, feeding him, changing him according to weather conditions
i still maintain Running really is the EASY .. EASY ... EASY bit
Now that I can only imagine to be true, but from reading all about you both I would tend to agree with you!!! And that's coming from a female who most of you guys would agree do everything from housework, sorting kids, walking dogs, cooking, cleaning, washing etc, etc, etc and we do it very well. That is what makes what you do for and with Phil even more remarkable and I mean that in the nicest way possible. Its just more unusual for a guy to 'cope' with stress in that way... Hope you know what I mean.
Have a great 2008 running guys.... xx
My Phillip's illness and disability, and my wife's detiorating health has driven me and left me in a state of deep depression and mental health problems
running is my ONLY release
I being a house husband, have had to learn to adapt,
for example, on one occasion i put Phillip to the toilet, he took longer than what i thought, i was already absolutely busting to go, before he went, and by the time i did get to go, i never recovered after that, i was just so uncomfy
A doctor once said Mick " Phillip has a incontinent pad on, it would not have hurt him to wait a few more minutes while you relieved yourself, and got yourself comfortable... then dealt with him, it's not as if he isn't cared for
so to be cruel to be kind to give him my best attention, i go to the toilet first IF i need to that is, when i finish running, i don't stay wet and cold , shivering and change him, he's warm etc, i change myself first and get comfy
and it works .. .to give him my very best i have to keep myself in every way in comfortable condition
Would help if i submitted the damned thing
i'm getting here, i'll catch up in a minute
And i was going to train as a typist, thats a laugh !
Go for it Mick.
I hope to meet up with you 2 again somewhere this year.
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