Aww. I'm sorry for your loss. I lost my cat last year, he was 18 years old and I miss him so much. He was poorly for the last 6 months of his life and I spent so much time looking after him, it was so strange when he was gone.
18 is a brillant age for a cat, you mst have looked after her so well
10.29 miles for me this morning. I'm not a fast runner and that 10 miles involves 10 hills varying in steepness, three being very steep, so it took me 1 hr 46 mins. The sun was very strong for the last couple of miles and it was quite uncomfortable. Still an enjoyable run though.
Well done Gymfreak People are always telling me I swapped one disorder for another. But I'm sure many people on here who have never had an ED will agree that running IS addictive. It is not something you do half heartedly. Lots of people get up at a stupid time and run in all sorts of weather, they aren't called 'disordered'.
I get up at 5am on two days during Mon- Fri and run 6-8 miles before work, and I'm always out by 7am on a Sunday to run 10-15 miles. Always on an empty stomach. I run on a treadmill in my work gym on the three other work week days and I have Saturdays off
I always take a drink with me, but I daren't have one before I go because that would defo mean a loo stop somewhere. I have some routes where having a wee is no problem, but other more urban routes where I can't.
I always exercise in the mornings, on the odd occasion that I've run in the evening I find my legs feel much heavier.
Also there is less traffic about in the mornings. I love running through the empty streets.