Ooh, SOLB, that's a real genius way to make me think positively about the running. For me, when it works, it's just about making me feel OK. Tommorow should be the next chance to get out - but I have the small matter of a beer festival today in Newark. I really need to take it steady though so that I'm not unfit to turn out tomorrow. Feeling a bit better for making it to the end of the week and a long weekend to come.
Hope things are still good with you, SOLB. I see those Facebook stalkers can check out your girlfriend now. Wouldn't catch me doing that though.
By the way, I see your girlfrield's a vegan. Excellent stuff. Oops, blew it.
CJ - apologies if that last comment seemed a bit snappy. It was. I'm having a bad week and on top of that am frustrated that I feel like I'm back where I was a couple of months ago finding it difficult to get out running at all and it's like I've just got to start all over yet again. Don't know why I keep bothering.
CJ - it's not so much training as getting out running regularly to, hopefully feel more comfortable and less panicky with it to ensure that getting to the start line is going to happen. Regular training is something I can only dream of.
Been a couple of weeks since I've been on the prozac so I'm keeping fingers crossed for some improvement. I've been in fairly good spirits at the start of the week but haven't been feeling that well so it's been a struggle still - and once again tonight haven't made it to running. Got another 10k coming up a week on Sunday. Really wanted to be a bit better prepared for this one - but it doesn't look like happening as my next chance for a run isn't until Saturday.