Pain was unbearable
Devoted2Distance wrote (see)
Ah, lovely Did they find anything good?The brick on the right would be nice 'n' easy to wrap...
Did they find anything good?
The brick on the right would be nice 'n' easy to wrap...
I once had a brick. Me. I had a brick.
Yes, how silly of me.
Make sure you wrap it up 'pass the parcel' style - I do like a good game.
Off now I'm afraid.
Be sure to stop by with your gift Cas
Didn't actually run with the iPod today, Seren.I'm guessing it's easy for you to find solitude in your head. There's got to be plenty of space between those two brain cells
Didn't actually run with the iPod today, Seren.
I'm guessing it's easy for you to find solitude in your head. There's got to be plenty of space between those two brain cells
But D"D you stated this morning that you wouldn't run till you were 100% better............I'm so glad that you made a miraculus recovery...........you are made of sterner stuff.........most people who are at deaths door take ages to recover.
never mind I am glad that your not ill anymore and are back running.
It's so amazing that it's almost miraculous!
I got sent to A&E with stomach cramps - work weren't too impressed when I collapsed in the corridor... Kept me in for 4 hours, gave me something intravenously (no idea what, wasn't exactly coherrent at the time) then sent me home and told me to STAY IN BED for 2 days. I could barely even move the next day, let alone run any where.
Some people might wonder if there was a teensy weensy bit of exageration going on somewhere.
I guess I am not the only one to have noticed that D2D has two very distictive styles of posting, the style seen in this thread is VERY reminiscent of another poster on this forum...........
I'm off for a training session. I'm going to increase my distance to 200 metres. I think I will run/walk it in 19 or 20 seconds - after all my ankle is only fractured.
After that I think I will do some handstands to make sure my wrist is still broken.
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