From doing w1 twice because I actually couldn't run more than 100mtrs to graduating w9 and able to run 30mins non stop: Thank You one and all for keeping me going.
This morning was The Morning and instead of being crisp and sunny, as I'd hoped for this run, it was dank, misty and dull - a day for staying in bed, even if I had already had an extra hour :-). I didn't manage to get in the zone and it was hard work but with everyone's help and the mantras "one foot in front of the other / Laura says you are ready" I got there. Boy then it felt good and my grinning red face looming out of the gloom would have scared anyone out in this weather so early. Luckily? I met no one at all for the whole 44mins I was out there.
Looking forward to my new running world. So many plans to make.
Thank you everyone and especially Laura and the NHS c25k.