week 4 run 2 !
just done week 4 run 2 and got to admit it was hard!!! my knees are my weekness but considering 2 months ago i was smoking 30 a day and im only 4 days from my 49th birthday and a 14 month sober recovering alcoholic IM PLEASED
well done you, you are a true inspiration!!!
keep up the good work as for the knees...that might be your running shoes/trainers.
we all have good days and OMG days but your doing brilliant
Go you :-)!!!! I'll second the trainers - it helps to get them checked out if you can. My knees are bu**ers if I wear the wrong shoes!
thanks and good luck !
Well done, all of that is quite a achievement !
thank you we are all achievers !
Well done, are you still smoking. I smoke and would really really like to quit. Fair play to you on the drinking!!!!
no not smoked for 2 months, difference is amazing! the nicotene addiction goes quite quick ,the key is to change your lifestyle to stay stopped !!
That is just brilliant!
That is AMAZING!!! What a transformation! Keep going - this just gets better and better; and when it gets tough (as it will) just come back here, read other people's stuff, post some more of your own stuff, and just generally receive the goodness. Community is g-o-o-d......
thank you and good luck to you !
Happy Birthday for your 49th
& well done on all those achievements. you should be really pleased with yourself.
thank you and well done on YOUR achievements too! i hope i can run for an hour one day, and 5 kids too!!!
Really well done!
How did you give up the drinking? I'd love to be able to do that.
hi, you have to really accept the fact that you have a problem,when you stop drinking its like stopping smoking you realise how much you and it stinks and your eyes open up to the truth !!!
Your achievements are brilliant, you should be very proud of yourself.
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