My 26.2 mile journey... by Simonetta26_2

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I am a part time working mum of 2 young girls. 3 years ago, I ran my first marathon, in my birth town of Brighton, In a time of 4.53. Last year, I "st...

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Started: 3 Jan 2013

Last post: 19 Mar 2014

  • Feeling better

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    Mar1920147:28 a.m.

    Thank you so much for your supportive and encouraging comments from my last blog (it seemed wrong to type "last post"...!) 

    I had a session in the gym yesterday and a 60 min steady run is planned for today, but the physical side was not the problem. However, I'm also pleased to report that mentally, I'm back on track. I tried not to over analyse the Garmin stats (Jim, you know what I mean, here!) I had a long chat with my husband, Jason about my training and I know the goal is Milton Keynes. I still have 6.5 weeks to go, so I'm in a good position to get back on the wagon and sort myself out.

    I received the email from Sussex Sport Photography, with Sundays photos.......I can laugh now, so I'm going to share a couple with you:

     http://gallery.sussexsportphotography.com/a.tlx?l=lCSXlm3V&pictureid=22255798229

    This one was just before the water station before mile 17, where it all went wrong for me. Perhaps maybe, I'm just such a law abiding citizen, that I took heed of the road sign behind me, too literally?

    http://gallery.sussexsportphotography.com/a.tlx?l=lCSXlm3V&pictureid=22255320251

    And this one was the finishing line: I think this emotion caught on camera is somewhere inbetween elation, pain, frustration and sheer bloody relief that it was all over!!

    Ooh, and get me, with my new found skill of attaching clickable links.......

    Thank you again.

    Comments (5)

    • Vin 'Storming return Simmy. That the true RB spirit. Never lie down. Never ever knowing when to stop when to give in. ' added 19th Mar 2014

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    • gloshawk 'Glad to hear that you didn't over analyse Garmin - leave that to me!! I have realised that my Sunday run was a good experience in a brutal way (hard yards etc), and it sounds as if you might be doing the same with yours. Good on you! You're still a decent stretch away from MK, and so there's time aplenty yet. I'd say you're well on track. On a yard indeed.' added 19th Mar 2014

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    • gloshawk 'PS- get you indeed, with your clickable links. Next time, you can even tell it to 'open in a new window'. I learnt that one the other day, and was inordinately proud of myself!' added 19th Mar 2014

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    • Shing 'Keep up the good work Simmy, steady progress is the way to go. ' added 19th Mar 2014

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    • LeightonSean 'Love the pictures - keep going Simmy , your well on track for MK ' added 19th Mar 2014

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