Hope you had a good sleep CC I'd have got the sleeping bag out!!
Oh dear Nessie, hope A isnt too poorly with the pox. That challenge sounds good
Good luck Minks for tomorrow!
Tired.com here. Two bad nights with G and the voms have taken it out of me. Bless her, she didn't keep even water down until this afternoon. Was starting to get worried as it had been coming up to 48 hours. Touch wood, there's been no spew since 3pm and she's kept fluids down. No food yet - I didnt dare!! Hope she sleeps! B is en route to Bulgaria and is there until Tues so I need well children!!!
Bit sad about poor Egg too. She hadn't been right for a week or so and then since Thursday she'd been in the house, not really doing much. Then this morning she stopped moving her one leg and wing - it was as if she'd had a stroke. Decided it was the kindest thing to euthanase her at that point - it was awful to see her like that. At least she's at peace now
Have been thinking about you today CM - hope counselling has helped x
Winter clothes all in the spare room so not far to go! Can't believe the weather is meant to go rubbish again. It's been glorious here today. Had an interesting (ahem) evening - run with club (that was the good bit) and then returned to find G had been sick She seems ok now, touch wood, so hopefully it's just a one off puke and not a bug. Oh, and Bluebell the chicken decided to try and roost on the kitchen window ledge (outside!!), which was amusing as she was having a stare out competition with the cat who was on the inside! Egg the chicken is poorly again so I think that's why Bluebell is being a bit odd.
I was offered tubal ligation when I was having G - not yet! I am hoping to talk B round in the next couple of years. I'm 37 in June so plenty of time
You are good, Camlo - i need some of your motivation! Should really have done a long run yesterday but I ended up sorting out my wardrobe - putting all of my winter clothes in the other wardrobe, getting rid of stuff I don't wear etc. had lots of fun but it took ages. Did a couple of miles in the sunshine though
CC - so good to hear that you've got support, both physical and virtual. To the bike ride - that is truly amazing!
Vixo - sorry to hear you're not feeling so good about running. I think it comes with ultra training, I really do - the increased mileage does catch up with you sometimes, especially when you're under stress from other areas of your life. You've done the hard work now though, so I'd be tempted to scale it back a bit before your race. How long is it now? I honestly wouldn't worry about having not done enough - your body is an amazing machine that will keep going on the day as long as you keep the pace down and eat If I can do an ultra, anyone can!
I have a serious case of CBA about my next ultra, mind. I'm working on the assumption that I have already done a 38 mile training run for it so I am not going to thrash myself beforehand