Morning that post was 4 years ago and since then I have seen a specialist 2 years ago and the system in place is should I have a collapsed lung again no question I'm in for a an op. However my GP and specialist insist on occasions like this when air gets in to chest cavity I go to a& e despite the fact that anything less than15% cant be seen on x-ray ,the a&e staff think i am over reacting and tell me its muscle strain or viral and to go home. I then go to my gp who gives me decent pain killers to get me by until the air naturally dissipates over 3 or 4 days(fingers crossed ). Again cheers for the well wishes.
Tommy , Understand completely I smoked and enjoyed it even after my first collapse I continued after second the taste changed and reality could not be ignored after giving up my sleep pattern changed I found myself awake at 3 or 4 in the morning hence got the idea to go out get fit by running and here I am. I know my way might not help but I got a book on card tricks and brought bags of cheep lollipops and penny chews . Motivation well Tommy 1 your times are always good think how much better they could be, although it can't be done as a request when I saw specialist I had an mri done he pointed out areas where there wasthe early signs smoke damage (not that smoking is responsible for condition)and told me I packed up at a good time
Kate, Hope tests go well.
Tiny , well done on getting out early ,morning birdsong one of the delights of s.o.c ing
Birky , 5.30 at least your players know when to keep their gobs shut.
wave to all.
Valis: hope the pain settles down and you're feeling better soon.
Up and out by 5:15 this morning for 5 miles. It was really quite mild this morning and very enjoyable.
NW: 1 commuter and half a dozen cars.
Wet up here since about 1pm. Dreich day now.
5:30 : I don't blame you mate. I'monot sure what to expect now.
Tiny: Good for yopu getting out and doing 2.5M
Morning from a wet and dreich West of Scotland. It's still raining .
NW: 1owl, 2 horses, 1 Kingsmill Van, 1 Post Office van
4.5M Steadily done in rain.
7.58 miles plodded this morning, legs felt a bit heavy after yesterday speed session.Very windy this morning and it feels like its going to rain
NW 1 x dog
OR x 2
Morning Tommy. Good run today.
90 mins run... windy but mild out there.... Glad that I had a windproof once I was up on top of the downs. Nobody seen, 1 builders van, nothing else. Lots of NW. Long tights today, NO HAT/GLOVES.
another sleepless night meant to soc today shame because I love this kind of post-storm weather, mild and windy
Morning all - 6 mile fartlekish this morning, OR x 3 and pretty windy out there. Pleased I dragged myself out after a late finish at a work do, then sat chatting to Mr F until midnight. Felt grotty yesterday as it took 4 attempts to find a vein for a blood test, I have very bruised arms this morning, was wrapped up in blankets drinking tea in the hospital as they'd been so cruel with their needles.
Have a running coaching session tomorrow, first time for anything one on one, with Julian Goater, birky, is he on your athletics spot list? Tommy, are you still on the pre Beachy wagon? Hope the sleep sorts itself out soon MC, and you're feeling better valis. Happy Friday folks.
Yes sort of, my abstinace is not alcahol persay, but just not getting wasted on a friday night which tends to write off satudays. Plus I used to pop in my local on the way home some week nights but I have put a stop to that aswell. I suppose just cutting out the beer, still having the odd glass of merlot though
oh and can I put your and PSC names down for the Christmas Social in London on the 14th December The more the merrier, Celtic Runner is attending
Probably Tommy, just have to see when my work thing is, but I am sure I can squeeze in a mulled wine or two.
Fortunately for you all, I'll be away for the 14th. I can be very repetititititititive and tedious after a few drinks....
Didn't run today, thought it'd be a good day to have a rest day with everywhere being flooded!
Hi all, been in Leeds for a couple of days so SOC limited to 5 milers on the hotel treadmill the last couple of mornings, they didn't open till 6.30am so nothing too early. Valis glad all seems better and hope it continues to improve.
Enjoy your weekends and the long runs
MrsB and the 2 younger kids off now till a week next Wed. This is for our October week (and a half) schools holiday.
KateF: Yeah saw him at Meadowbank in 1980s. A really good distance runner abck then.Had a great English National win in 1981 about 1.5 mins ahead of runner up !
managed to get out for a lovely 4 mile plod in the autumn sunshine, had to stop a few times just to gaze at the view
Morning campers. Breakfast done!
Have a good one, whatever you are doing....
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