Slow, steady but determined.
You're right Tracey. She's got a lot to do to convince me that the journey and all the hard work is worth it, bearing in mind that she was so horrible in 2011 that MiL won't go there again so will have to leave her at home on her own with no one to look out for her. At least my mum does have carers and neighbours in place to look after her.
Thanks for the congratulations, should be fun, as we already have a 10 month old little girl .
Good 10 mile this morning, snow and rain all gone, really strong winds now . But still please with pace 1h44m
Well done Tracey
Had planned a run yesterday, but when I went out to do some shopping I nearly got blown over. $od that for a game of soldiers and it's worse today
Ah well, there's always tomorrow. Glad I'm not training for a spring marathon
km10 - two of my grandchildren are 1 year 24 days apart and it was great looking after them together. The one year old (boy) was a proper little fuss pot of his little sister and they were the 6th and 7th of EIGHT!!!! (but the older four were 9 - 13 years older - that's right four in four years!!!!!) Have fun
Tracey, Yeah i'm sure it will be hard work, even though our little girl is great, no problem whatsoever, apart from the teething, lol
Blimey LyndyLou, not panning on having 4 in 4 yrs, 2 in 2 will be fine for now i'm sure lol. Every time our little girl see's a baby, she smiles and chats to them, in her own way lol
I am still feeling quite pooh But I have discovered that sometimes the side effects of radiotherapy resurface months and sometimes years after treatment finishes I am feeling just like I was when I was going through treatment; tired, nauseous and bad stomach and I keep feeling very cold But I have been in touch with the Pelvic Radiation Disease Association who have recommended that I try to get a referral to see a doctor at the Marsden who specialises in treating this. Trouble is that he is the only doctor in the country for this and he gets around 500 new referrals a year. Could be a long wait
Roobs - I relaly hope you can get a referral or some alternative help.
Sorry for being around much. As some of you know my father died last weekend, it has been a difficult week.
I haven't run this week and actually not for the last three weeks because of shin splint type pain. I will probably have to pull out of Brighton I just don't think my body is up to marathons any more
So sorry MWW
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