My (running) week (49)

I can’t believe it’s Sunday again and another week on my road to recovery.  Yesterday, as I was adding my 2019 races to my calendar, I wondered if I would actually be able to run a half marathon by mid-May as my rehabilitation is proving rather more problematic than I would like!

Last weekend I did two gigs with my band and this proved too much for my injured calf and I then spent the next three days limping and in some discomfort, as such I haven’t really done any exercise this week and have stayed in my house most of the time.  But with my home design project to keep me busy I’ve been quite content with this enforced isolation.

I have managed to do my physio exercises twice (still level 1 and assuming I do them later today) but not much else.  I’ve had two Christmas parties to attend, running club drinks and band meal with live music from a T-Rex tribute.  So, overall an enjoyable week, next week I have a physio appointment and I’ll be back to the gym and a bit more walking.

Have fun 🙂

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Hi, I'm Karen, creator of which is home to my poetry, art and general ramblings. I am the author two collections of poetry, 'Kaleidoscopic Beauty' & 'I am the Stars in the Sky', and the children's book 'All That Glitters' (not yet published). I also enjoy running.

2 thoughts on “My (running) week (49)

    1. Thanks Caz, not sure if it’s perseverance or stubbornness! I said to the band last night that my mind was conflicted between what I wanted to do and what I should do. We have one last gig this year and although I really want to do it, I’ve resigned myself to going to watch and having a drink with the band afterwards.

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