You dozy mare, Larry Sounds like a real crash n splatter fall. Good to hear the Argos woman took care of you
People if the Shires, I'm being sent to Coventry soon. I have conflicting advice on the best route. The yokels in Coventry say M25, M40 but my sat nav says its 30 mins longer (mostly spent on the M25) that way. It suggests I go M25, M1 - Any thoughts are welcome
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Well parkfunned onesie As m...eldy said, terrain varies for parkfun. My local is fast n flat but windy. The new one starting early Feb is undulating through woods. Mud will be an issue but wind won't be
Lol At gruffalo soldier, m...eldy
Dover is kinda romantic when you think of all the journeys started there, Podds
Glad you've avoided the worst of ms germs, sluggy I will leave the industrial size jar of Vicks out in case you're bored later
Pippi, shocking, next you'll be saying the tooth fairy doesn't exist!
NR, what M....eldy said. You should be plodding around 3 times a week before extending distance. A longer distance irregularly causes injury.
Tubbs, won't Florida be a bit warm for the neddies?
Well done on getting round parkfun in one piece, Spence Doing the splits wouldn't be good
Dreadful short slow run yesterday. Went to see Wild at cinema with mark and heather. Good film but more thought provoking than usual hollywood stuff. Certainly felt I'd been on a emotional journey but not in a manipulative or mawkish tearful kinda way.
Today lead marshals are running the club 10k route. Apparently that also includes me. I don't know route or area but it involves off road along the sea wall
Lunch on a Friday, Spence? Do you not eat Mon to Thurs?
NR, with your history its important to keep an eye out for unexplained weight loss. Having been there myself 13 years ago and weighed around 7st 9lb, I understand that its hard not to see every ache or pain or change as something sinister. The good news is running is a great escape mentally and I'm sure it and the wonderful WAISTers have got me this far. The good news is that the further down the remission road you get, the less it becomes part of who you are and more just a plot twist in the story of your life