I have talked about this before, and sadly, due to misfortune, I am back blogging about it again. It’s ok, that’s life, and I will keep looking forwards knowing I can do this. Unexpectedly I had a call from BBC three counties radio.
That’s exactly how I felt today at the end of my run. I should have turned off the garmin because the stats just depressed me. When I got back in, my husband asked how it went. When I told him my words of wisdom…
Its funny being subject to another head injury. Funny peculiar not haha!
I didn’t go to work yesterday. To be honest, I wasn’t too sure about going today either. I keep waking up to find the room is spinning, its not nice being on your own involuntary roller coaster.
Well, its over 24 hours since I came home from hospital, and I am pleased to report that it isn’t as bad as I had feared. Last time I was constantly violently dizzy and I couldn’t see straight. That went on for weeks.
I’m not one to get emotional when watching programmes on TV, I don’t cry at sad endings, I don’t usually scream at scary films, but this programme brought a few tears to my eyes to say the least.