I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
Just not seen you about much on the forums recently, Mick - hope you are recovering well from the op
I lurk a lot-
dont run as much as id like - was doing 50 plus races a year
on 500 races with Phil - 253 hM's - 42 FM's
gonna do my utmost to get back to something nr it all though
thanks for thumb up - how ever u did it
Tis a colon y colon - without spaces - : y : =
I like lurking too - sometimes easier than posting. Good luck with the return to eventing.
bloody exhausting this typing- running is easy, easy, easy
Too true - and it's bedtime for hobbits now. G'night
Yes, the sleep fairy didn't get to me until about 5 in the morning but I'm up and about. I feel I'm not being sensible in getting up though! Does this mean I'm going to have to go for a run on my own?
Morning all. Thanks for the cake Solb.
Lovely to hear from you Mick, not seen much of you around lateley. Hows Phil?
Sorry the sleep fairy has been slacking in sleep duties. Its one of the worst things and I used to dread going to bed. Would spend an hour nodding off then wake up at 3.30. Thankfully things a lot better now and I'd hate to go back to that. I've cut out caffeine apart from my first cup of tea in a morning, I've managed to acquire a taste for redbush tea that has sleep properties and I can reccommend a great book
say goodnight to insomnia
All this talk about running........ I suppose I ought to get my kit ready and head out. I'll feel better afterwards. Thanks for the inspiration.
I think I'd better go sooner rather than later. Just another round of toast needed first. Then about another six excuses before I finally make it! I will make it though.
I normally avoid self help books too. I saw this one in a charity shop for 20p so it had to be worth a go and its the best 20p I've ever spent. Its based on propper research to not quirky.
Breakfast first, then a run with my husband. Soon. Honest, soon.
Actually I was thinking of suggesting that the forum should be renamed to 'Mental illness and running and cake'. I''ll have a run on your behalf today then By eck.
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