Wk6 : I have been running without thinking, and finding I am way, way along my route already. 'Mindless running' I suppose. Weeks1-5 were done very much 'in the moment', complete concentration in listening to Laura's instructions and doing as told. Wk5R3 was done and I was so pleased with myself at being able to run 20 minutes. My joy was shortlived as the phone went 10 minutes after arriving home - it was the paramedics at my mom's and they were taking her into A&E. Last week was spent on motorways and at hospital. I stayed overnight at my mom's house, forgetting to pack moisturiser, toothbrush, mobile charger, but I did remember my running gear. Wk6 completed in a daze: on R2 Laura had been speaking and I hadn't caught what she was saying - oh! I'm finished I realised; at the start of R3 I couldn't even remember if I was on Wk5 or Wk6. Mom is still in hospital with a fabulous team taking care of her. The NHS is truly wonderful. Thank you NHS for looking after my mom. And thank you NHS for C25k. I'm not sure where I'd be without you.
Apologies for the rather 'selfie' post, but you have all been so supportive these past few weeks, I thought you wouldn't mind if I told you about my week.