Away

Hello!

Well, that was a bit of a break, wasn’t it?

Turns out the start of term was especially busy, and I didn’t get much time online..a quick check of facebook or twitter on my phone was often all I could muster.

The summer term has started well, and the boys all seem to be settling back into the routines quite happily. I do like this term, but it’s a wee bit manic. The social life has been fun too…which has meant the gym life has suffered somwehat. Oh dear.

As the 5K approaches, I am having to accept that I’ll probably walk all or most of it. I was up to running a kilometre or so, but my knees and right foot (the one I fractured in four places when I was twelve – it’s been a little off ever since) have been rebelling. I’m hitting the gym once more on Tuesday after a week without running after a very ouchey knee, but at the current time it looks like walking is the thing.

I did take plenty of pics for the ‘Week In A Life’ post…I shall pop up the best of those soon. How are you guys? Happy May!

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10 Comments

  1. Christielli
    2nd May 2010 / 9:03 pm

    Nice to see you back in the blogosphere!No matter how much of the 5K you run or walk, I think it's great that you are doing it!Looking fwd to your next post!

  2. Shan
    2nd May 2010 / 9:57 pm

    Great to see you back! I'm amazed at how busy teachers really are. I also have ouchey knees, tried to take up running and that didn't go over so well. Hope they get better and nothing wrong with walking the 5K!

  3. thelumberjackswife
    2nd May 2010 / 10:59 pm

    Wow! You have been busy! Good luck with your 5K!! I could never do something like that! 🙂

  4. Riot Kitty
    2nd May 2010 / 11:28 pm

    There's nothing wrong with walking it – and if you have a joint injury, you don't want to risk inflaming it.(I have an old ankle injury and used to run every day and speak from the stubbornness of experience!)

  5. Wiwille
    3rd May 2010 / 2:33 am

    Hey you're doing the 5k. You can crawl across the finish and still call it an amazing accomplishment.

  6. The Garners
    3rd May 2010 / 3:50 am

    Happy May to you, too! Good luck with the 5K–you'll do great!

  7. fingersandtoes
    3rd May 2010 / 5:53 am

    What 5k are you doing? I'm doing the Battersea Race For Life. Walking, because all of my friends are. And realistically I'm not a runner. My joints can't take it.

  8. wigsf
    3rd May 2010 / 1:05 pm

    One day last week I did about 9.7 kilometers on a whim with no preparation. My left foots hurt a wee bit still. Only took me 1 hour 45 minutes though. I think that's pretty good. Half of the walk was on streets with no sidewalks so I was in dirt shoulders and ditches for much it.

  9. steve
    4th May 2010 / 11:57 am

    Happy your back…..good luck on the race/run 5k..hope you do well…..zman sends

  10. robin bird
    4th May 2010 / 6:07 pm

    you are so sweet for fitting me into your visit schedule claire 🙂 i will have to see this A Week In A Life post. it sounds intriguing …let me go and see if i can find reference to it in one of your earlier posts.XO

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