You gave me an invitation to enjoy pain!!! Sounds like you made the lady who is presently overtaking you's day at least you have made someone happy Stewart is improving thanks, he is just having problems with bright lights, ie sunshine!
Apologies for poo instead of pop!
All best in getting your pace correct in your race at the weekend.
I think you can go onto various threads on RW and you will find runners of all ages with aches and pains etc.
I ran/walked this morning, 6 miles, av pace 11.04 mm, av HR 119.
Tomorrow afternoon our choir is singing at Lingfield Races, actually, prior to the races. We have two performances. After the races is an evening of a Michael Jackson Tribute Band.
Then on Sunday, we are going for a trip around Buckingham Palace. It was part of my Christmas present!
Thanks re remark about taking the 8.30 pace, I needed a benchmark! You are correct, I think one would pay more or less anything when it comes to eyes. I am awaiting a new car, due the begining of Sept. But not an automatic. At the moment an automatic would certainly help. However, I wouldn't, as yet, have a safe control of the steering wheel. My hand still feels like a club hand!
Hi, you are still reading this thread, it was nice to see you poo in again, how are things?
I ran yesterday, 3 miles to get my fringe trimmed and then 3 miles back again. I had another painful visit to my Physio, which was productive, and another one coming up tomorrow early morning.
Stewart's appointment this morning was encouraging thanks. He has to go back again next week. His appointment was running over one and a half hours late. Apparently talking to others waiting, this is quite normal!!!
His appointment next week is 12.00 but we were told, on the quiet, that if he comes at 8.30 then he should be seen as one of the first patients because, unofficially it is first come first served. Mad!
I am not all that fast because my 5k yesterday was more down than up!
We were told by the duty Dr on 111 that TW would be the best place to go. I guess if we had gone to EG, they would, perhaps, have sent Stewart in an ambulance somewhere! Apparently EG would not have had anyone on duty qualified to see to an eye on this particular weekend, it cost us ??80 in taxi rides.