Monthly Archives: March 2011

We’re all in this together…

So, Saturday morning arrived, my second child’s thirteenth birthday.  For his birthday treat, we had organised a coffee morning and 26 people to run a mile through the village! The sun was shining and it was a perfectly beautiful spring … Continue reading

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This weekend has been very productive, not only have I managed to reduce the ironing pile to five bin bags full. I have had a fundraiser of 26 + people running a mile through the village and a coffee morning … Continue reading

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No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow

Training for me at the moment is happening – that is all I will say! I am still not enjoying the running part, but, the sunshine and music are great! As the big day is getting nearer, I  am having … Continue reading

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Look what arrived today….

It suddenly seems so real. I received a big envelope in the post today; inside it alongside my registration form and a few other bits, was my running number! Not sure if I felt excited or sick…probably a bit of … Continue reading

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When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure..

This week has been a very difficult week for many of us, but, as a whole we have pulled together and that, right now is so important… There are no words… Listen here xx

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Silverstone Half Marathon

As part of my marathon training, I was meant to enter the Silverstone Half Marathon which took place on the 6 March, but, me being me, I never actually got round to applying for a place. I have read and … Continue reading

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I’ll lend you a child

“I’ll lend you for a little while a child of mine,” He said. “For you to love the while he lives and mourn for when he’s dead. It may be six or seven years, or twenty-two or three, But will … Continue reading

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