Never give up on something that you can’t go a day without thinking about.

I noticed something this week that really made me smile, the evenings are getting lighter. I love winter, the fire lit, the curtains closed, and the house all snug and warm when the children come in from school, but spring this year, is more than welcome. It means I can get some extra time training. Living in a small village, we don’t have the luxury of street lights, so when it’s dark, it’s really dark. I have spent the last week on the cross trainer, not literally of course, I still haven’t mastered the art of ironing whilst training. But I have decided I actually quite like the machine. It is so much easier to jump on and off when I get a few minutes spare. The youngest is amazingly clean too, the cross trainer is in the bathroom so we have got into a routine of him having a play in the bath while I get some training in…

I was lucky enough to have a mention in Berkshire Life this week too, so, I am ending this week on a good note, and am I looking forward to next week. It is onwards and upwards from here as I am now really counting down the days…

Please click below to read my interview x

Berkshire Life

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2 Responses to Never give up on something that you can’t go a day without thinking about.

  1. Laura-jean Smith says:

    I have just read the article from Berkshire Life and I was moved to tears for so many different reasons.
    What you are doing is an amazing, wonderful thing!!!! Good luck with the marathon and the fundraising. How can I make a donation?
    Laura-Jean (Janice Smiths eldest daughter)
    xx

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