very blobby club 19th Oct

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19/10/2002 at 00:33
Sorry but i feel fat
Feel free to start another positive thread
Shall run tomorrow, or shuold that be later today
19/10/2002 at 07:04
I feel bad too.

I've just got up pretty early to get my run in because I had a terible day yesterday.

The "London Pride" beer devil took me for a couple of pints and then my eating pattern went to pieces. I was shuffling round the fridge like a squirrel. Ate all sorts of bits and pieces including a "chunky Kit - Kat" ( Oh the guilt,)

Even worse I didn't eat a proper meal.

19/10/2002 at 09:00
me too maccy,.
Have hangover though, and fancy going back to bed
19/10/2002 at 11:01
Okay 30 min crap run/walk
Better than nothing
its got rid of the thick head, anyway
Is everyone else still in bed?
19/10/2002 at 12:27
You ok this morning Pix?
19/10/2002 at 12:51
Yo Benz and fit fiends

you fitties should not feel down on yourselves - please stop beating yourselves up for being human and eating and drinking things that are advertised to the hilt and designed to make us want them - chocs ccrisps and booze etc - you can still be good people and eat and drink nice things!

Anyway from reading the threads I know you guys all run and enter races so i think you have earned the right to a little bit of pleasure!

Enjoy your weekend - you all work hard for them
19/10/2002 at 16:27
Hi everyone, I'm having a fat few days too. Too many curries, too much booze, hangovers 2 days on the trot - not conducive to running. Will try to do longish run (sorry, I mean waddle!) tomorrow.

EP, I'm so sorry to hear about your friend. Sadly, cancer doesn't just take the bad people, it also claims the beautiful souls who enrich our lives whenever we meet them. I'll add your friend to my list of people I run for. After my own scare I decided that I would keep raising funds for Cancer Research UK each time I race. Too many people suffer and I want to help find a cure. In your grief, try to remember all the good things about your friend. It sounds as if he was an inspiration to everyone. Thinking of you.
19/10/2002 at 20:32
Quiet day on this thread today: still it was the same last week.

Feeling lots better after my run this morning and spent rest of the day labouring heavily in the garden. So made up for yesterday.

Thanks for the encouragement Bune. It's just when you have a bad day after a few good ones you feel a bit guilty and that's what this thread is all about, I think.

A bad day shared is a bad day halved I reckon.


19/10/2002 at 22:09
yo fitties!

not a bad day - we won 5-0 and thats another clean sheet for me so -so far so good - feel fitter as well so all the walking IS helping

but I didnt eat enough before playing and after an intense warmup and then nervy 1st half was desperate for something sweet at 1/2 time and i'd forgotten my banana - oops but did have some juice which stabilised things!

so I'm making up for it tonight - loads of sweetcorn chowder yum yum and why have I never had chocolate muller rice before - great for recarbing !
got 10k stride for life tomorrow - will be good to check out the distance and see how fast i can get round - for the future running days next summer!

19/10/2002 at 22:14
Youre sounding frighteningly energetic tonight
19/10/2002 at 22:44
just trying to think positive - and winning always helps - im a right miserable bug when we lose (even though the glorious gooners lost!)
also reading through all the threads and seeing other people fighting their own little fitness battles is inspiring!

cheers for the messages on the thyroid thread - whats your specialism?
19/10/2002 at 22:50
Kidneys, and its scary hoe you lose track of the other specialties
The Gooners will shine thruogh
19/10/2002 at 23:21
can you specialise in kidneys - just kidneys?
19/10/2002 at 23:28
Dialysis, transplant, other kidney diseases
oh yes, and im doubly qualified in gemeral medicine too, which is everything that doesnt need an operation until it becomes too specialised
19/10/2002 at 23:46
ooer missus

is that renal medicine?

no connection with GU medicine?
19/10/2002 at 23:47
Yeah renal
GU is scary
19/10/2002 at 23:53
worked in HIV - community voluntary sector so got to know GU clinic staff quite well - npot ajob i'd fancy!
20/10/2002 at 00:00
nite benz
got to go and soak my porridge!
20/10/2002 at 00:02
nite bune
Did 2 months n HIV meself, interesting job
Sleep well
20/10/2002 at 09:49
Morning all, still slobbing around in my dressing gown trying to get my a**e into gear and go for a run. Looks cold and univiting out there so thought I'd just pop on here for a while.

Bune, hope the SFL goes well.

Benz - keep meaning to say 'respect' to you for your work. Mike's mum had kidney failure and was on dialysis for over 20 years. Received excellent care from the doctors and nurses in her last few years (she died 5 years ago) but it was a huge pressure on the family because they had the machine at home for most of the time and Mike's dad had to give up his job so he could put her on and take her off the machine when required. Even if your peers don't always appreciate the work you do, the families of the patients involved do. Thanks.

Right, I've got 1/2 hour on here then I've got to get out there!
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