Such a relief to see I am not the only person who tries to make injuries go away by pretending they're not there
Running is the part of my day that belongs to me and me alone- dearly as I love my children after a day of the Easter Holidays I am desperate to get out and run. The idea of not going throws me into a panic and does awful things to my state of mind.
Of course, the muscle I pulled in the freezing sleet in Bungay in Feb doesn't care about my mental health; it just wanted a day off to recover, which naturally I ignored until it needed a week off instead.
Hi! I can fill in a gap, but am not yet fit for very long distances. I reckon by summer I could do 15-20 miles. (Ulp!) Am in Bury St Edmunds so I could go to almost any stretch in Norfolk or Suffolk. Can you fit me in somewhere?
Have not got time to read all posts so far, but am up for a stretch around the suffolk coastline. Unless I can persuade my entire family that what they really want to do this summer is go on a running holiday in the far north of Scotland Half my local running club turns up in my daughter's school playground so I'll try and gather up some more interested people once the holidays are over and direct them here to you.