I am so thankful that we can still get out to run!!
I have to admit to being under a slight panic when Boris began his tv bulletin last night and I was selfishly thinking "I have to run!I'm about to graduate!" I contemplated all manner of means of getting this run done - running under cover of darkness or dressed as a tree! Fortunately neither of those drastic measures were necessary.
It was a lovely sunny run, with just a couple of solitary walkers and their dogs on my route. One lady even called "Another person! Hello!" I grinned and waved back.
Thank you to all the wonderful mentors and admins on here who keep us all on the straight and narrow with their encouragement and advice, especially in the recent few days. It is much appreciated.
Thank you too to my fellow forum members, who have supported me along the way with their replies to my posts, encouraging words and good hearted banter. It has really kept me going and I have loved it (and will continue to do so!)
To all those on the Injury Couch (where I spent a considerable amount of time 🙄), your trainers and the runs are waiting for you when you are healed up. Don't push yourself too soon.
To all the newbies - C25k is a brilliant plan with huge benefits that go way beyond improving your fitness. C25k really is the best present you can give to yourself. It may not always be easy and there may be some bumps along the way, but stick with it, the rewards are great.
Okay, I'm off to ask IannodaTruffe for my shiny "Graduate" badge. I joined here just short of a year ago, so this badge has been a long time coming!
Happy running everyone 😊🏃♀️🤸♀️
IannodaTruffe tells me I'm the 'first lock down graduate of C25k"!! What a notorious claim to fame!! 🤔😂