That's a lot of weight Pammie - good weight loss. Keep moving and keep seeing it come off.
Dibs - no, the posterior 5th of my clavicle was removed and the acromion attached to the remainder of the clavicle with a fabric stitch, there is a 24mm screw holding the replacement ligaments. Consultant says it will be 9-12 months before it's as good as it gets - but he doesn't know how good that will be. Physio (ex NZ cricket team physio) says that it will never be 100%, that swimming is the main issue, but that it will always be prone to stiffness and impingement.
I remember the days when doubles were usual Gobi, not sure when I'll get back to it though, certainly couldn't at the moment but I guess it's still early days - though it feels like forever. Anything interesting job wise on the horizon? Life would be a lot more fun if I didn't need to work I must say.
Stickless - I had a big bike crash on the 2nd August, am only just back in training and currently unable to swim other than one armed or to ride a bike outside. I think my pirate days are well and truly over but hope my running ones are not.
If you watch the pros they quite often lose a shoe on the run in to T2 Dibs - easier to run in cleats!
Lovely morning for a run and I enjoyed being out. Have been pushing the mileage the past few weeks and just accepting whatever pace I get and have been pleasantly surprised by what I've been able to do.