ive had a bir of a layoff of late, lazy, busy whatever .
but today starts a new chapter, running for two minutes, walking for one. Going to be tough, im a complete newbie. only thing that keeps me goin is by next year march im going to run my first 5km marathon. Above all else, this is top priority for me. so heres too a new week
I'm not a fluid writer anymore and there is so little advice can offer advice with any authority. I often wonder what I would be like in a work setting. Would I be that woman that drives everyone crazy? You and I know her/him. Always the know it all but seldom correct. Anymore I don't jump into conversations because even if I'm certain of the topic, I won't get the full sentence out before I forget what I was saying. Today my son was reliving one of our favorite programs that was just on last
I swear, today has been one huge tidal way washing back and forth like water in a bathtub! I woke up this morning and felt pretty good. I didn't have any particular desire to go back to bed which is a first in many, many months. I was hungry, which is not new but I didn't choke on anything and that's new. Eventually I did wear out and went to bed. I woke up to a message from my mom that said, "oh, I suppose you're still sleeping..." I shouldn't be sensitive about this. She wasn't
This whole mess, Lupus or whatever it is, just has to be the most confusing, confounding and downright troubling syndrom there is! First I'm diagnosed with it, now when the Plaquenil starts to work I'm told I don't have it. Oh, and let's not forget the diagnosis of Shrinking Lung Syndrom where the doctor flipped out when my rheum suddenly decided I didn't have Lupus. It was as if I conjured up this huge lie that encompassed the oxygen intake tests and everything. Oh come on!
Now this is interesting
3 times a week, I need to run and gradually increase the times i Run and decrease the times I walk.
Not a bad plan!
been doin it for two weeks, walk 2 mins, run 1 minute, week 1, then walk a minute run a minute, week 2.
After week 1 I felt so confident I signed up for the 20km discovery big walk challenge.
Yes! I walked for 20 kms, took me two and a half hours. and despite my initial fears, what if fatigue sets in, what if joints
Updated 11-16-2010 at 08:16 AM by Morpheus