I used to dislocate my shoulders on a regular basis too . Thankfully even though two children are hypermobile the haven't done that to me yet . Could be a bit hypermobile in that joint too Kinsey? They can be a bit painful if overused.
Kinsey - sounds like a lively day. The big two adore George. That said, he's not moving yet....
lotte - as someone posted on my Facebook status I'm not sure our bucket lists are that similar. I may leave comrades to you and to enjoy the spine tingling . Hope you hit the Open Meet sorted, sounds tiring!
Can't remember who says about barefoots. I've been using Merrell Bare Access shoes which are supposed to help transition with a modicum of cushioning. I've got on really well with them but it was as I came back in yo running. Hip bursitis is gone and IT band much, much better. Slight issue with tibialis in the ankles but strapping support seems to have sorted that. Think it was a too much too soon injury if I'm honest!
glad the new babes are behaving!
CC - do what you know is best for you and your family is the best advice I can give. Only you know at the bottom of your heart what the right decision is xxx
happy Birthday Caro!
happy anniversary Sonay and Mr B!
still do be for! GNR was an experience, I Was undertrained as I knew, but glad I did it . Found the (what seemed forever hills) at 10 miles v tough along with the heat. The showers and locals with hose pipes were most welcome! I dud enjoy the atmosphere, found dual carriageway running tough on my feet, but the crowd kept me going. I loved the run into the sea front, found the finish way more exhilerating than London (which I found a but flat, no one seemed to be there). And seeing a sign with 'Tired legs are sexy' at 13 miles made me howl with laughter!
JG - . Will check Facebook status and see if I can get it to secret. Think it's just closed at the mo. On phone so might not be able to change it at mo. Keep getting lots of randoms asking to join.
Caro - cafe sounds fab! Mum and dad live near an airfield and the boys love watching the planes.
Ef - green 'smiley' icon. (Can't get it on phone)
Pip - hope all continues to improve.
Have to say I pity an student living in this room for a year! The bed is a glorified camp bed and it's SO noisy! No plaster on the walls (just painted brick) means you can hear everything from all the other rooms. And what everyone is doing in the toilets! (Eek! Sacrificed en suite for ten minute less walk to start).
Still, weather looks good for a run! Anything under 2.15 I'll be delighted with. Let's see what happens!