Exciting plans ahead Caro - great idea about the skiing, sometimes I think we will never be able to afford certain things so just go for it and take a risk!
Lovely words Trendy and glad you are feeling on the up again. The hardest thing is getting out there again and finding running enjoyable as it's always hard to start with. Start with short runs and just build up depending on how you feel. Those muscles will remember what to do before long . It's taken me 7 years to feel as though I'm at pre-baby fitness again, (if not pre-baby weight !) but that's because of injury and having 2 pregnancies, so I suppose technically 4 years. Choose nice locations too like parks - so much nicer than running through a town/city. And if you need to walk, walk. I bet you won't do it for long before you start jogging again!
Poor Eric - Nicky cried yesterday and today when I had to go, I don't know why, maybe just a bit tired or something. It's that run up to Christmas when everyone is tired and coming down with illnesses left right and centre!
My mum thought she might have needed an op to clean out the wound, but apparently it's doing ok. I'm on standby to go down and get her and take her home on Sat but we're not sure when they'll either let her out or kick her out as yet!
Right must get on with planning my lesson tonight. Nicky's parents evening tonight - I expect she'll say he's very quiet but does have a few friends?!
Oh and my mum has now been readmitted with an intravenous antibiotic drop as the infection isn't going away properly. So easier for us all and maybe when she comes out I can actually go down and take her home and she'll be able to manage.
TT - hugs to you, that must be very tough for your brother to admit after so long. I hope they can give him the help he needs. My BIL recently admitted he suffered with depression a couple of years ago, and none of us ever knew.